This problem along with smelly or foamy water is caused by a high concentration of bacteria in the water. Uneaten fish food or fish waste in the water provides nourishment for bacteria, that are floating in the water, and feeding on the waste in the water. These bacteria often cause Signs of Stress and Disease in the fish. 1. Start by thoroughly cleaning your tank. 2. Change Some Water Every Day. Change some water every day. I recommend that you change 20% of the water. Changing more than 20% of the water in one day is risky to your fish. By changing some of the water, you'll remove some of the dissolved waste and begin to starve the bacteria. But don't get impatient and change too much water, because that can harm the fish. 3. Reduce the Amount of Food. Too much food often causes Cloudy Water, so reduce the amount of food and be sure your fish eat all the food that you feed them. Remove uneaten food after 10 minutes. 4. Add the Following Chemicals to Your Water. Aquarium Salt. The dose is on the box. Water Conditioner. The correct dose is on the bottle. Quick Cure. Add a half-dose as a preventative. Do not add any other chemicals or medications to the water. Add the Aquarium Salt just once, but repeat the AquaSafe and Quick Cure every day until the water clears. Be careful to use the correct doses of each chemical because more will not be better. All three of these items are available in most stores that sell pet fish. 5. If your Fish's Home has Gravel, get a handful of gravel from an established aquarium with healthy fish and sprinkle that gravel on top of the gravel that you already have. The beneficial bacteria that are living on the handful of gravel will quickly multiply to cover the surfaces of the rest of the gravel in your cloudy aquarium. The beneficial bacterial will digest the waste in your water, and the water will quickly clear. Where can you get a handful of gravel from an established aquarium with healthy fish? Often you can just go to a local fish store and ask for a handful of gravel, and they will give it to you. You might offer to pay. Ask them to get the gravel from an aquarium that has been trouble free. For example, you certainly wouldn't want to get gravel from an aquarium that recently had a case of the disease called ich. The fish store may also offer to sell you several different products that will solve your Cloudy Water problem. Just tell them that you'd like to try the handful of gravel first. 6. How to Avoid Cloudy, Foamy, or Smelly Water. Don't feed your fish more than they can eat. Learn to feed your fish so there isn't any uneaten food left over. Carefully watch your fish eat and then remove any uneaten food after 10 minutes. Be sure to clean your tank once a month and change 20% of the water twice a week. If you have an aquarium, it should have the correct type of filter that's clean and working properly. I recommend a power filter with a BIO-Wheel. The BIO-Wheel is very important. A layer of gravel 1/4-inch thick will help keep the water in a fish bowl clear. But aquariums with a bio-wheel filter don't need gravel. If you like the appearance of gravel, make sure it's only 1/4-inch thick. Always stir the gravel gently just before you change water.
Cloudy water indicates you have air mixed with the water. It is common for hot water to be cloudy when you first turn on the faucet. It should become clear in a few seconds. The air in the water will do no harm. If you have a well then there may be a problem with the well. Have it looked into by a professional.
first you should check why its cloudy but if you don't know you could shock it.
pool water that is cloudy don't swim in it
Getting plenty of water and fiber in your diet keeps your colon healthy.
I'm guessing that you have build up in your water heater, just drain it and you should be fine.
no,cold wated keeps your skin refreshed its keeps your skin from getting dry
Lime water should not go cloudy if you breath into it. If you are doing it right it should become toasters. Perhaps you have bad breath? Perhaps use a mint! :) good luck!!!
Murkey or cloudy water could be caused by magnesium sulfade
Cloudy water is NOT NECESSARILY algae growth. Cloudy water can be caused by LOTs of things. Algae, poor filtering, bad circulation, a dirty filter, poor water balance
I would suggest you to change the water ASAP. Cloudy water indicates low oxygen levels.
depends on what makes it cloudy, if it is cloudy from the tap , run it again. if it is cloudy due to too much steriliser in the water then yes. if it is cloudy and you dont know why, clen the tank and put bottled water in the tank to be sure.
Cloudy water is usually the result of dissolved solids in the water, or dissolved air bubbles in the water.
The water in a pool can be cloudy because the chemicals are not balanced. If people wear sunscreen and go in the pool before it has soaked in it can also cause the water to become cloudy.
Drinks lots of water and take lots of Tylenol. Keep resting. If that doesn't help, Check your doctor.
The suspended particles which make the water look cloudy will be filtered out, if your filter is working properly.
clear, if your water is cloudy then you might want to check your filter
water that is clear should show that there are no chemicals but if it is cloudy it hasnt been cleaned properly
yes, it keeps them from getting dehydrated, it quenches their thirst :) ~Cj~
It is fine but do not swim in it because it can be harmful to your lungs and ESPECIALLY children too.
Lime water goes cloudy when a reaction takes place with carbon dioxide. Lime water detects the presence of lime water.
cloudy water has high sediment content, which may indicate an upcoming earthquake