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PH and air vent

jesusq

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Hello,

I have issue with my tank and the PH. I was told that the best way to maintain the ph is by ventilating the air and my home is completely sealed. I have a window right in back of my display tank. I wanted to know if there’s such an adapter that I can put on the window to allow ventilated air to enter and hit the tank without allowing bugs from coming in?
 
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Did you ever figure something out? My house is sealed well too and it causes problems. 7.8 and I can get to 8.2 with a Seachem buffer but it doesn't stay like that fore more than a day, 2 tops. I placed a cup of tank water outside for a while and tested PH again and it was 8.1. So I'm eager to try something too.

i have a skimmer running which helps a little.
 
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