My fish have white stingy stuff on them and one of my fish has fin rot I think

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Comment by MIMI on September 10, 2014 at 2:50am

Assuming this is an established tank, I would vacuum the substrate, do a 25% water change then purchase a broad spectrum product for treatment that is readily available such as LifeGuard by Jungle. It can be found at Wal Mart. Follow the directions EXACTLY. Treat for the recommended time on the package. Give it time to work, do not freak out and begin adding additional meds.

  You can always ask questions in the chat room--sometimes you will get a faster response by doing so.

Comment by Gav on September 30, 2014 at 7:51am
---great advice but also make sure you remove activated carbon for the time of treatment too or it will remove the chemical
Comment by MIMI on September 30, 2014 at 12:49pm

 I indicated he should follow package directions on the product--if I'm not mistaken, this product indicates the removal of carbon. Thanks for your input. :)  AND GUYS--YOU ARE WELCOME TO ASK QUESTIONS IN THE CHAT--YOU WILL GET A FASTER RESPONSE THAT WAY.

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