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vinegar and goldfish?

So .. I wanted to add a little cold water in my goldfish tank and finished "water" distilled in 1 gallon jug was actually vinegar and put a cup in my car ... Thus, half past one password for Mom and Mom told me it was actually distilled vinegar in the jar and immediately change the water and clean the tank and change the filter so that my fish are now at the bottom of reservoir, 1 of them is moving well and the other 2 are at the base. All their mouths are moving fish 2 years carnival ... There something I can do? I had no idea it was vinegar (

the problem is not the vinegar ... water 25% to 30% change would have taken care of that. the problem is to clean the whole tank. who are now in shock and in a day or two who suffer from ammonia poisoning. Common goldfish are very hardy, so they can grow. you should make a change 25% water Each week, he should be adding fresh water below. Water should never be distilled, as tap water with a conditioner added water to remove chlorine.


Hard to find one half pint White House Vinegar jug
Hard to find one half pint White House Vinegar jug
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March 9th, 2010 at 8:57 am