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someone please explain how this works - i would love to try and make a gallon jar one.

Edited by aquariumpav, 09 April 2012 - 05:34 PM.


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:rolleyes:

Use an ice tea dispenser with the tap at the bottom. It'll work exactly the same.

Edited by banshee, 09 April 2012 - 05:50 PM.


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Japanese fighting fish?

FAIL! :lol:

But seriously though ,its pretty simple.
Water level goes above the drainage tap, water comes out.
But since its a tube routed through the bottom the water gets pressed out through the tap, taking all the poo thats settled with it.

Edited by Alexraptor, 09 April 2012 - 06:00 PM.


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For $10 I can have my name on their website! Amazing where is my credit card?!

So how do you clean the algae off the glass?

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For $10 I can have my name on their website! Amazing where is my credit card?!

So how do you clean the algae off the glass?



Jeez Steve, InTank is so big, you should pay $20 and get it put it on there twice. I bet that site gets at least 5 hits a day. Worth every cent.





If it doesn't work as a tank you can always use it for Tang

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Just a JBJ 28CF on its way to looking wonderful.


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meh, not a bad idea

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Jeez Steve, InTank is so big, you should pay $20 and get it put it on there twice. I bet that site gets at least 5 hits a day. Worth every cent.





If it doesn't work as a tank you can always use it for Tang

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Haha



only small tank you can keep tang in

Just a JBJ 28CF on its way to looking wonderful.


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Do people really put nasty smelling fish poop in their house plants? Ew.

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Do people really put nasty smelling fish poop in their house plants? Ew.



Actually fresh water waste water is great for plants. Liquid fertilizer.

Just a JBJ 28CF on its way to looking wonderful.


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I know, I have some bottles stuff that smells like a marina that works great, but it goes on outdoor plants. Cow manure works great also but I don't want it in my house.