1mL per 10g of Aquarium water, so if you have 375 TSV then dose 37.5 mL of H2O2 once a day for a minimum of 3 days.This is a huge thread, can we get a summary of recommended dosing and any issues. I have a 375 I may dose.
Oh yeah, absolutely. Everything looks much better. I have had some bright pink palys that had remained closed for several months and opened right up.so what your saying is your dosing H202 and getting better coloration your rainbow monti?
That didn't happen in my system and I actually had some some fast growth rates with my chalice and favias too since I have dosed. I have noticed that the LPS tentacles have came out more at night than before but they are not stressed at allI gotta admit the water clarity is much better and noticing a lot of PE on my acros dosing 1ml per 10gal
however I notice even at this dose some of my favia get stressed
It does by adding oxygen to the water but falls rapidly also... Shouldn't be a issue if you followed the directions of 1ml per 10gallons of water...I want to add something to caution people. I may have posted this before or a I may have forgot about this but watch your orp. Peroxide can greatly increase your orp just like ozone and nuke your tank.
It sounds like dinos but could be diatoms. Diatoms will cover everythng but usually starts in the sand bed, they can also get stringy. They are usually a golden brown where dinos are a light snotty brown.i have tryed to use peroxide for my 180 with 75 sump and i still get dino. or i think its this dino. its bown and it leaves a film on almost everything. if left untouched it will start to string. if this isnt dino what else could it be? the only way i found to help remove it is to turn my lighs off and i really hate doing that. my ph is about 8.0 to 8.1 and drops at night and i heard ph could play into getting dino. working on making a co2 scubber to help raise the ph.