Are you supposed to Add Water Conditioner when refilling the tank after doing a partial water change
About 2 weeks ago I rescued 2 cichlids and an algae eater along with their 20/25 gallon tank, two filters, air pump and a heater, the water is murky but a lot better than the water they were in before I rescued them. Any information or help you could provide would be excellent. I have already added gravel and a live plant along with some other decorations which they had none. Before they were just swimming around in an empty filthy tank. The filter is a hang on the back and what was hanging on their tank when I got them, heater was 92° now it's 80°.
I'm no expert and it's been a long time since I've had fish, but I'd say yes, you should treat any water you are going to use in the tank to remove stuff like chlorine, ammonia, etc.
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