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I thought that was seachem prime but OP stated it was for new tank syndrome or something. It may have been stability.Giul said:Please let us know how it goes. I would’ve left the fish in the tank, from your original photo it looks like you already have Seachem prime. You could’ve dosed your tank with that as a temporary way to prevent water poisoning. A heated tank with a filter is better than a non-heated container since your fish have slowly gotten accustomed to the higher nitrates.
Also when you add your new water into the tank be sure to make sure the temperature of the water matches the tank water as close as possible. This prevents the fish from going into shock (like how a human would if you suddenly got into a hot or cold shower). Hopefully you did this if you removed them from the tank into new water.
If you have removed the fish from the tank then make sure you re-acclimate them to the tank. That means putting them into a bag and letting them get used to the heated tank.
Hopefully, it goes good because I sleep late so it is up to you.