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BEWARE! Rubbermaid trash cans

Discussion in 'Articles' started by Myka, Sep 1, 2009.

  1. Myka

    Myka Prolific Poster

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    Quoted from Beware Rubbermaid trash cans
     
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    jazzlvr123 Guru Class Expert

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    interesting post, thx for sharing
     
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    Hey, I like it ... birth control for fish, maybe?

    I'm the type of person who never has the heart to let baby fish die. So, I end up going thru all kinds of gyrations (new tanks, outdoor ponds, live food, etc, etc) to keep them alive and healthy -- it can really take a toll.

    I'm thinking to buy a new Brute and put pieces into my tank... :p
     
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    Hey what about using a galvanized trash can? Shouldn't a galvanized container be highly inert?
     
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    That is the exact container I use to store water for water changes. (Usually not stored for more than a week) Hopefully it hasn't been adversely affecting my fish in any way! It sure hasn't stopped my WC Cynotilapia sp. "hara" from breeding like rabbits, hehehe.
     

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