How to Take Care of Fish ?

How to Take Care of Fish ?

Fish are usually thought to be some of the most accessible pets to keep. However, fish are sensitive creatures, and even the slightest change in water quality, pH, temperature, etc., can startle them or even kill them. How to keep your fish tank clean with minimal effort?

Use the Right Size Tank First, be sure your tank is the proper size for the fish you keep. If your tank is too small, the fish will be stressed, and the tank will get dirty much faster. A rule of thumb for determining aquarium size is to use 1 gallon of water per inch of fish. This rule says that for each inch of fish you'd like to keep, your tank should be able to hold 1 gallon of water. There is a notion that beginners should start with a smaller tank for some reason. Surprisingly, it's the complete opposite. The bigger the tank, the easier it will be to manage. Yes, it will be more expensive to purchase upfront and may require more resources over time, but what you spend in money upfront will save you countless hours and bucket loads of stress in the future.

Keep your fish's water clean but not sterile. Good bacteria are necessary for the water to help maintain your fish's health. The smaller your fish tank, the more often these water changes need to be done so that harmful levels of ammonia and nitrites can be reduced and the water quality improved for the fish inside. To keep the tank balanced and your fish comfortable, only change 10-20 percent of the water every 2-3 weeks. Some of the common and most famous freshwater algae eaters in aquariums include small fishes, shrimps, crabs, and snails are good for your fish tank.

Choose a gravel cleaner that suits the size of the tank. Too small, and it will take a long time to remove water. Too large, and it may not fit in under the tank lid, may struggle to start siphoning, and it will remove water too quickly, emptying the tank. The Best gravel cleaner will keep the water clean as it screens out debris and waste. Uneaten food and fish poo builds up in aquarium gravel and can harbor nitrate, so it's best removed.

Keep your fish healthy by not overfeeding them. Only feed them the proper amount of food on a strict schedule. After 5-10 minutes, any food uneaten should be strained out and removed not to foul the tank.

Our gravel cleaner

3 in 1 Automatic Gravel Cleaner
Gravel Cleaner --For quick on-the-spot cleaning
Water Changer --For complete aquarium maintenance (Hose is Not included)
Fish Waste Remover --Eliminate waste inside your aquarium

Adjustable Flow Rate --Allow to adjust the water flow rate, the maximum flow rate can be up to 210 GPH.

Filter Sponge --Sponge filters provide simple and effective filtration.

Cord Clamp --Easily fixate the power cord on the extension tube.


Two filter units --with the excrement suction/suction cup installed on the pump, the excrement and small dirty thing will be sucked in and pass through the filter, the filter traps the debris while the water is returned to the tank.

Nylon string sealing, solid and durable
Pop up lock, fasten tight and secure
Furry inner part, filter out soft rotten debris
Close sewing edge, not easy to loose or fall off







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