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I have a 20 gallon tank that I had for almost a month and I was just wondering, can I get my tank th have super clear water without putting anything in it. Is it possible for me to have a crystal clear fish tank just by doing regular partial water changes?
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Your water looks pretty clean to me. Maybe it's just the computer.
 
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75 gallon Discus Tank said:
Your water looks pretty clean to me. Maybe it's just the computer.
Yeah I think so because if you look at it in real life it's really cloudy it's like cloudy white and I know for a fact it's not the air pump.
 

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Get some poly fil. It's the stuffing you see in stuff animals. You can get them at craft store. Like a 3lb bag costs about $7...last forever.

Stuff that into your filter where the water comes through first. So stuff it at the very bottom. This will catch all the fine dust and makes your water clearer.
 

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You could also try a filter with carbon in it
 

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Milky white water is usually a bacterial bloom. It will clear itself in a week or two and is harmless.
 
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Greg F said:
Milky white water is usually a bacterial bloom. It will clear itself in a week or two and is harmless.
I guess you were right because it did clear out
 
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