I did my test and I'm still confused. I have a 29 gallon Aquarium with Platies, Guppies, Mollies, 2 ghost shrimp, 2 Corey cats and 1 Pleco. I have hard City water KH 6 drops = 107.4
GH 10 drops = 179
So how do I fix it and what number am I supposed to have with my tank. My other stuff such as Nitrites and ammonia are normal but I'm not sure on my Nitrates yet eating on getting the API Freshwater test kit getting it on Friday. Just need some help????????
I have many aquariums, ranging from full high tech planted tanks, to reef tanks, brackish tanks and African cichlid tanks. This test kit is a great way for me to measure the hardness of the water in each tank so that I may ensure that they have the best water conditions for the inhabitants.
This is an easy-to-use test kit. Make sure that you READ THE INSTRUCTIONS, and that you DO NOT THROW AWAY THE INSTRUCTIONS. Having the instructions available at all times will ensure that you are using the test kit properly.
My fish tanks are "visually" well maintained i.e. heavily planted, frequent water changes, etc. But certain fish species never seemed to do well in my tanks. So, I got this kit to get a better understanding of the water chemistry in my area...continually trying to learn more about the hobby.
I bought this kit to get a better sense of my water structure since I recently moved to a new state. These tests and quick and seem accurate when compared to my local water report.
Always buy these kits here great price and come very well packed