Can water be run while a water softener is cycling?
How can I remove water rings from my microfiber furniture?
How do you remove water stains from leather?
Is the use of epsom salts in fish aquariums okay?
What fish can I keep in small fish bowls?
What is the process for bleaching a well that is attached to a water softener and a heater?
No you do not need to. Most water you that you get from your home already comes with a pH balance that is somewhere near the neutral zone which is the goal for aquariums. So you should be safe.
You should otherwise the water will become way too soft for the aquarium. And the levels of acidity and the measure of the p.h. balance will slightly be altered rapidly.
Yes, we need to remove the water softener for fish aquariums because it is helpful in aeration of water and also contribute to hygiene of the fishes.
You should be able to keep the water softener. To be on the safe side, you should consult
the manufacturer of the product to confirm this.
Once you set up your tank and run it for at least 24 hours, all you should do is a simple PH test. Correct accordingly.
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