I used some equipment surrounded by my ich treatment reservoir. If I permit them dry out will they be secure for my other tank?
ditto... it's not worth taking a kismet, when it is so easy to clean and sterilize it.
I reflect on it depends on the type of medication you used on your tank. For example if you used copper treatments in your treatment cistern the copper can be absorbed and leeched back into your crucial tank unless you use a chealator. This will affect scalessfish and invertebrates. However if you are only concerned roughly not transferring ich from your q tank to your main cistern, then as long as your q tank is fishless for 6-8 weeks, ich will not survive. To be not detrimental, if you are treating saltwater ich, you can soak all your equipment in freshwater and vice versa if dealing near freshwater ich. HTH.
As long as it's completely dry, yes, it would be fine. Ich can not live outside water and will die.
If you're still worried about it, soak it contained by water that has so much saline in it, that it no longer dissolves, or soak it in hose warmer than 96f 935-36c)
Ich is pretty easy to butcher off when you don't have to verbs about harming fish =)
its best to scrub them with bleach. and make sure to rinse rinse rinse and throw away adjectives bio modules and filter cartage's before implementing them contained by the new tank
I would say that since Ich is such an easy item to cure, having run medicine surrounded by the tank the equipment came from, you should be virtuous to go. I always provide a good cleaning to anything I transfer between tank. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, eh?