Hello all, This is my first post so please pardon any mistakes I may make. I am new to the saltwater hobby and set my 75g FOWLR up on December 27th. My current stocking is 2 Ocellaris Clownfish, a Flame Angel and Lemon Peel. After testing my levels today, the nitrAtes are a bit high for my liking. I know in a FOWLR nitrAtes typically aren't of major concern but I would like to keep them as close to zero as possible. The results using the API Liquid test kit are as follow: Ammonia: 0, NitrItes: 0, NitrAtes: 20+. I have about 90lbs of rock and 100lbs of sand in the tank and a Coralife Skimmer 125. I did a 20 gallon water change on 01/24 and another one yesterday and they haven't put a dent in the nitrAte levels. I've been reading up on how vodka dosing helps lower nitrAtes and phosphates. Do you think the tank is still just establishing bacteria and I should wait or do you think dosing might be the way to go? Thank you for your help .