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So this evening my daughter decided to play with my cleaner shrimp and dosed the tank with a cup of medium pulp orange juice its a 50 gal mixed reef no sps got pretty cloudy so i turned off skimmer threw a clean canister on it and running some carbon, i know you can dose vitamin c but is this going to have any effects on the system?

 

Ps.. Torches and frogspawn do not like orange juice lol

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pH drop due to the acidity?

 

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Water change time.  I wonder what affect, if any, the sugar has. 

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Just dose some vodka to go with the OJ.  Your livestock will drink like fishes.

Sorry...I couldn't resist.

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Yet another story of helpful kids sharing their breakfast! 

There was someone else whose child poured fruit loops and milk into the tank. I don’t think anything bad happened as I recall.

 

How is everything doing ?

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Hey guys well after a late night water change and watching my ph like a crack head everything turned out fine fish are out coral are out everyones happy, i dont like sticking my hand in let alone orange juice lol...no real big change from the sugar manny maybe some insomnia lol

Side note... No 3 year olds were harmed in this process haha

 

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9 minutes ago, Tyler E said:

Hey guys well after a late night water change and watching my ph like a crack head everything turned out fine fish are out coral are out everyones happy, i dont like sticking my hand in let alone orange juice lol...no real big change from the sugar manny maybe some insomnia lol

Side note... No 3 year olds were harmed in this process haha

 

That's good to hear. To be honest I have had my ph fluctuate all over the place when I'm dosing alk and have never had any issues despite the apex controller freaking out!

 

 

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