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PH in Goldfish Tank

Discussion in 'Advance Water Quality' started by NatalieR, Apr 30, 2017.

  1. NatalieR

    NatalieR Member

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    I'm currently doing a fish-less cycle in my 55 gal. tank. I measured the PH and it's reading as an 8.2. It's the same in the tap water I'm using from the sink so I know it's not anything in my tank causing it to be high. Is there a way I could bring it down to 7.0 as I know goldfish do best in that condition? Thank you!
     
  2. shakaho

    shakaho Well-Known Member

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    Orlando FL
    You have an excellent pH in your tank right now, and you have a stable pH, which is even better. Goldfish are happiest in the pH they are accustomed to as long as it is over ~7.0.
     
  3. GoldFishman2014

    GoldFishman2014 Active Member

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    Simi Valley, CA
    Trying to bring down the PH will make your tank susceptible to PH Crash and/or PH Fluctuations which will kill the fish faster. These days goldfish can adapt to any PH, just make sure t is stable.
     

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