That would probably work fine, but there's no precedents for dosing more frequently than every 12 hours. It should be OK, however.
I saw basically an immediate improvement. I upped my dose today to every 8 hours instead of every 12 hours because I’m still seeing spots first thing in the morning, but I can tell the peroxide is helping within a couple hours of dosing it.To those that have used H202 in an established tank at a dose of 8-10 ml/gal, how long until you saw an improvement, or at least a stabilization, of affected fish? These fish have started to decline a bit. I suspect there is a lot of stress with the dinos being killed, stirred up water, changing tank conditions etc.
Unfortunately, inverts (especially snails & shrimp) seem most sensitive to H2O2. I probably wouldn't go any higher than 1ml per 5 gallons with them, and even that is a bit risky.10 ml per gallon! wow. should I up the dose from 8-10 ml/10gal?
The tank currently has no corals, but there are motile inverts.
I’d move the inverts if you’re worried about them (or just plan to replace them). It’s a gamble whether I’ll be successful with peroxide at the reef safe dose. You’re much more likely to be successful if you can significantly increase the dose of peroxide. I’d add an ammonia badge, though, just to keep an eye on the biofilter with higher doses.I could move the inverts to the coral qt....