I currently bought a new 10 Gallon Glofish Tank for my new house. The tank has been set up for a few days and now contains fish. When I first set up the tank, I made sure to clean everything throughly and took all the correct precautions of treating the water, adding "API Stress Zyme +" and correct PH. Before adding the fish to the tank, I made sure everything was where it should be in words of water testings, the PH was 7.2 and everything else was at 0PPM. The water temperature was correct and the filter had been running for a few days.
But now, that I have added the fish, after 1 night the tank is cloudy. I suspect it is just a Bacterial Bloom, but I'm not sure. Today, since this is the first time I've seen something like this, I tested decided to test everything and the PH went up .2, but everything else remained at 0PPM.
In my 10 Gallon Tank, I have 2 Tetras, 3 Danios and 2 (Baby) Tiger Barbs. The all seem healthy and they are all active so I don't really know what the problem is. Thus the reason why I'm seeking professional advice compared to the uneducated Petco and Petsmart workers.
The Picture Provided is before the fish were added.