Im to lazy for that and just deal with it... The duckweed enjoys it as it rains. And its humid enough sometimes the snails sit up top.DutchAquarium said:Their isn't an easy fix for that. What your going to find works best is getting one of the small computer fans, and then wiring that so that you have your air circulating under the lid.
Yes it doesn’t effect the fish but it isn’t nice to wake up to a puddle every morning.Demeter said:This isn't really a problem as it doesn't harm the fish. Just wipe off the lid every now and then to remove food stuck to it, don't want that to grow mold.
On the plus side, the humidity is greatly appreciated by fish like bettas and gourami, both of which prefer humid air to gulp.
No it is a proper lid but don’t worry I bought a new tank. A bigger one I have set it up as if it is a brand new tank and I will slowly add the fish when the tank is ready, any suggest of anything else I should do?McGoo said:
Use the media from your old tank to help kickstart your cycle, as well as any decorations you had that the beneficial bacteria may be living on. Put a few basic live plants in there like hornwort to help with ammonia, nitrite and nitrate.Fish-keeper said:No it is a proper lid but don’t worry I bought a new tank. A bigger one I have set it up as if it is a brand new tank and I will slowly add the fish when the tank is ready, any suggest of anything else I should do?
I can’t have the media in there yet as it is running the other tank but I will put it in when they have all been moved in a few weeks.McGoo said: