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Marineland Maxi-Jet Pro Aquarium 3-in-1 Pump: 295/1300 GPH

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Amazon has the Marineland Maxi-Jet Pro Pump for Aquariums, 3 Pumps in 1 with S&S discount for $7.53. >Now $7.93 Other models are also discounted so be sure to check.

110/500GPH:
https://www.amazon.com/MarineLand...B004IMPOIO NLA

160/750GPH $8.15: >Now $8.58
https://www.amazon.com/MarineLand...B004IMPOIO NLA

295/1300GPH $10.31 >Now $10.85
https://www.amazon.com/MarineLand...B004IMPOIO
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The idea behind an under gravel filter has really nothing to do with 'cleaning the gravel' as you put it. Gravel has to be vacuumed regularly to remove detritus and larger pieces of waste and uneaten food regardless of wether or not an under gravel filter is in place. The idea of an under gravel filter has more to do with filtering the water, in a sense, than filtering the gravel. By pulling water through the gravel media the idea is that the gravel bed will be oxygenated and much more effective at growing beneficial bacteria that digests harmful by products of waste such as ammonia and nitrite and turn them into less harmful nitrate which can then be removed by natural gassing and periodic water changes. In my opinion nothing is wrong with using an under-gravel filter with most types of freshwater fish as long as you understand that you still must vacuum the gravel just as often as you would in a tank without an under gravel filter.
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I have a 10 gallon tank that I am in the process of cleaning and getting set up for use again. According to the comments, it looks like this would be overkill for that size tank. I really want to get things done properly after a few fails. Can someone suggest a good filter system and setup for a 10 gallon tank (on a small budget). We usually get 3 or 4 Mickey fish and/or mollys.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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I have a 10 gallon tank that I am in the process of cleaning and getting set up for use again. According to the comments, it looks like this would be overkill for that size tank. I really want to get things done properly after a few fails. Can someone suggest a good filter system and setup for a 10 gallon tank (on a small budget). We usually get 3 or 4 Mickey fish and/or mollys.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Aquaclear 20 HOB filter is what you need.
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Aquaclear 20 HOB filter is what you need.
Or even aquaclear 30 if u plan to stock more fishes.
Leave the sponge that comes with filter at the buttom and some lava rocks to fill it up. U are good for few years. Watch videos from pondguru on youtube - 'pimp my filter aquaclear'
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55 gallon tank ... Ideal suggestions ? and whats the best mode to set it for all 3
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Aquaclear 20 HOB filter is what you need.
Thank you for the advice.

I was looking at also getting the under gravel filter so I don't have to worry about cleaning the gravel so often. Is that even worth getting or is it a waste of time and money?
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Thank you for the advice.

I was looking at also getting the under gravel filter so I don't have to worry about cleaning the gravel so often. Is that even worth getting or is it a waste of time and money?
I don't currently have any freshwater fish but I have 4 salt water tanks going currently, I've learned a lot about water parameters and animal husbandry due to the requirements of salt water animals. I think a HOB filter that also contains carbon is your best bet for the tank size. One very important thing is also regular water changes, RO water would be best but given the scale of your tank might not be feasible so at least doing small regular water changes will help your animals thrive. I have never been a fan of under gravel filters.
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Thank you for the advice.

I was looking at also getting the under gravel filter so I don't have to worry about cleaning the gravel so often. Is that even worth getting or is it a waste of time and money?
The idea behind an under gravel filter has really nothing to do with 'cleaning the gravel' as you put it. Gravel has to be vacuumed regularly to remove detritus and larger pieces of waste and uneaten food regardless of wether or not an under gravel filter is in place. The idea of an under gravel filter has more to do with filtering the water, in a sense, than filtering the gravel. By pulling water through the gravel media the idea is that the gravel bed will be oxygenated and much more effective at growing beneficial bacteria that digests harmful by products of waste such as ammonia and nitrite and turn them into less harmful nitrate which can then be removed by natural gassing and periodic water changes. In my opinion nothing is wrong with using an under-gravel filter with most types of freshwater fish as long as you understand that you still must vacuum the gravel just as often as you would in a tank without an under gravel filter.
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Can this be used to make compost tea?
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Thanks! In for a several to keep my grow tanks well mixed. 👍
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Can this be used to make compost tea?
If all you intend to do is circulate the water with air bubbles then yes it most likely could work. If you set it up as a powerhead then it has a tube that sticks out which allows air in which creates the needed air bubbles while circulating the water.
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