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Yea we put a pool filter sock on the filter to clear it up... it worked! we just put two pieces of live rock today and we ordered dry rock that will come in Friday to finish the aqua scape... went ahead and put 2 clowns and some hermits and snails in there bc I need something to look at. so we should wait about 3-4 weeks before we start adding coral? Im going to bring a water sample in to get tested next week. anything else I am missing? all comments welcome please!!
That's pretty darn cloudy. Doesn't look like any rock in there yet. Did you already add bacteria? That sand looks to be pretty fine, maybe Oolite (0.5-1.0mm in size). That will cloud the water for a while if you don't filter it out. It will also cloud up some whenever you disturb the sand, like when cleaning the tank. Generally for a system that's supposed to be ready for fish in 48 hours you'd need to add some bacteria to boost the nitrogen cycle, along with some cured live rock for the bacteria to colonize.
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