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    Post by burgh on Mon 06 Jul 2009, 10:55

    I'm not sure if this is something I should worry about, but I would like to try to fix it.
    In my other post I asked about melaflex and this is partly why I used it.

    Pics suck, but best I could get.. Sorry !!!

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    Grr third pic just doesn't want to work after making it smaller.

    If you look close at the end of his fin it looks like it was used as a broom. A few of his other fins look this way also. Any advice would be GREAT as to how to fix this. This is the first fish I have owned with fins like this, but I just picked him up. I wonder if it was from his former tank size, and it rubbing the glass. If this is the case just adding salt to the water should do the job like nipped fins right?

    Thanks,

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    Post by burgh on Mon 13 Jul 2009, 22:33

    Man salt does wonders. Three days after posting this his tail and other fins are good as new.. :)


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    Post by pboost on Tue 14 Jul 2009, 01:43

    I used salt in my pygo tank few years ago they were always nipping fins it was the best solution to quick growth back of fins.
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    Post by burgh on Tue 14 Jul 2009, 09:25

    Yea I love tablesalt. Cheap, easy to use, does the job, and fast.


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    Post by Gspilo84 on Wed 15 Jul 2009, 04:20

    lol I got to agree with the above!! Wink

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