So last Friday my 10 gallon finished its fish-food cycle (which - side note - I have got to figure out a less messy way of doing before I try that again), so I went down to my LFS and got 6 CPDs and about $30 of dwarf hairgrass due to a misunderstanding (I only meant to get $10 worth). I planted the hairgrass while my fish acclimated, but, due to the quantity, this took a while and resulted in the substrate being disturbed quite a bit. By the time I added the fish, the water was a little cloudy, but I assumed it would settle withing a few days at most; I had done a 100% water change that morning and stirred up a bit of dust, but the water was clear before I left to get the fish. However, one week and 5 20% water changes later, the water is still not clear. The parameters still look like they are supposed to, so the cycle didn't crash, and the cloudiness was clearly initially caused by planting the hairgrass, and the fish appear perfectly happy (if shy) and healthy, so I'm fairly certain the cloudiness is either Fluorite or sand dust or caused by remnants of rotting food. Any tips on how to deal with this? During the cycle I had 2 major bouts of murky water, the first caused by the new Fluorite and the other caused by adding the food; I dealt with both by dosing with Acute F, but I've heard stories about that killing fish, so I'm hesitant to use a full dose now (although I did try a 20% dose with no effect). Since the fish seem unaffected, I'm not super worried, but... it's really ugly, and I want clear water.