Drip Line Or Trickle Acclimating Method Is A Safe And Gentle Way To Introduce Saltwater Fish Into A New Home
The slow process of introducing saltwater fish to their new home is a safe and gentle way to introduce them to the water. It can be used to acclimate all types of marine as well as freshwater fish and invertebrates to their fresh environment. This method can take up to two hours. It depends on the size of the containers used. It is recommended when adding new fish to an established aquarium to add some fish food. It may also be helpful to add an ammonia binder such as AmQuel to the bag and put water in the sink with the fish in it before starting the procedure. It is always best to put the fish into a quarantine tank for a few weeks, if possible. . . .