Despite best efforts to keep ich out of the tank, I noticed my clowns rubbing against rocks the last two or three days and last night noticed a few spots on them (of course in the areas that are white and it’s hard to see). I gave the clowns a freshwater dip and moved them into quarantine last night, but the dottyback, yellowline, and mandarin are completely unaffected so far (and 100 times more difficult to get) so they are still in the main tank. I’m also out of town soon for a few days Saturday-Tuesday, complicating treatment/quarantine options. I can keep the clowns in quarantine, but I’m a little uncomfortable in insuring that the QT doesn’t get an ammonia spike while I’m gone. I could move them back to the display and hope they have now built some immunity to ich and maybe everything will be fine, at least for a few days. I can tackle treatment when I get back. Ultimately I may need to find someone trustworthy and knowledgeable to check in on everyone. Anyone have recommendations/advice?