So I have a 55 gallon aquarium that I am doing a fishless cycle on. It seems as though the more research I do and the more I learn the more I realize how much I don't know LOL. I keep on finding out new things and feel like I am completely lost. So I poured some ammonia into the tank, and I'm not sure how much I put in but it's a lot. I have a bubbler, a good filter, and a heater cranked all the way up to 85 degrees. I've read that oxygen and heat are important for the bacterial growth Can too much ammonia overwhelm the bacteria? Should I do water changes? So I know that there are tests that I can use to find out if it's cycled or not, but what I need to know is what kind of test I need, what levels everything should be at, and I heard about something called TSS I have no idea what that is and also other products that add the bacteria directly I think? So I guess what it is that I'm looking for exactly is a step-by-step guide on fishless cycling. Because it seems like the most difficult thing to find online. And also what preventive steps I can take when adding fish. Like quarantining and treating them before adding them.