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Humblefish

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I use food grade plastic buckets from Home Depot to do peroxide baths. If you can tell me the number in the recycle symbol on your container, I can tell you what kind of plastic it is.
^^ This; Food grade plastic should be fine. I'm just leery of doing H202 baths in non-food grade plastic because some Australian reefers reported the fish would act wonky when using plastic for the baths. They are sort of the pioneers of using H2O2 to treat fish and always recommended using glass bowls.
 

Augustx

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So the black clown is swimming less frantically but show signs of flashing and swimming towards current. It just pooped out some red string... Not sure if it's internal bleeding ...

The Picasso is doing fine, and swimming less erratically than before, hiding out in an elbow.

I'll be getting metro tomorrow morning..
 

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Augustx

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@Humblefish would Hydrogen peroxide nullify metronidazole in anyway?
I want to dose both together as I only have a limited supply of metronidazole and want to experiment to see if h2o2 can speed up treatment.

The whites are still there on the black clown
 

Humblefish

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@Humblefish would Hydrogen peroxide nullify metronidazole in anyway?
I want to dose both together as I only have a limited supply of metronidazole and want to experiment to see if h2o2 can speed up treatment.

The whites are still there on the black clown
Shouldn't nullify it, but I can't say whether or not there could be negative interaction. Primarily, I would watch out for a bacterial bloom (cloudy water) occurring.
 
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