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  Aiptasia  Exit  

 Aiptasia exit is reef-safe and does not harm any invertebrates unless they are injected inside their tissue or mouth.to get rid of the nasty Aiptasia inject them inside their mouth .Use approx. 0.1 - 0.2 ml per Aiptasia.Do not destroy more than 10 Aiptasias per day.The content of 50ml is enough to destroy 250-500 Aiptasia.

Content: 50ml

Keep out of reach of children!


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 Flatworm Exit

Flatworm eXit itself is quite safe to fish and invertebrates.
However, the body
fluids of flatworms can be toxic to some reef inhabitants when present in a too high concentration. This body fluid is sometimes excreted when flatworms die.

So when you use this product it is important to do the following first:

1] Siphon out as many flatworms as possible.

2] Keep sufficient fresh activated carbon in a canister ready.

3] Turn off UV, ozone and remove activated carbon. Keep the skimmer turned on.

Important remarks
Below given remarks are a.o. meant to reduce the amount of the flatworm toxic body
fluids in the water.

Many people have treated their reef tank(s) successfully using Flatworm eXit without any problems. The most important factors are reducing the number of flatworms before commencing with the treatment and reducing the amount of the flatworms body
fluids, released when they die, as fast as possible.

Do not underestimate the number of flatworms in your system. In a few cases a significant number of flatworms can be hiding in for example crevices. Blow in such and any other potential hiding places water to blow any flatworm out of there. For that purpose you can use a powerhead or a turkey baster. Siphon out those flatworms as well.

Furthermore do not underestimate the amount of toxic body
fluids these flatworms can excrete. This can be reduced significantly by really siphoning out the flatworms before commencing with the treatment. Further significant reduction is accomplished by siphoning out as many dead flatworms as you can.

Any body
released by the dead flatworms in the water has to be reduced further by using about 1 pound of fresh high quality carbon for every 50 gallons. The carbon has to be used in a canister with a sufficient forced water flow.

Take sufficient time for treating the tank. That is, do not treat your tank in a hurry. Also take time to monitor your tank for at least 6 hours after the treatment.

It is also wise to have at least 25% water ready for a water change if required.

Read all the above text before commencing with the treatment!

- 1 drop for every 4 liters or 1 gallon.
The dropper contains approx. 300 drops (10 ml). The dropper cap holds approx. 90 drops.
So 1 cap full is good for 360 liters or 90 gallons.

Add it in a high flow area of the tank. If you want to treat a refugium only and if its volume is too small for using a powerhead then mixing should be done manually.

- It should start to work within 30 minutes.

- If within 45 minutes no visible death of flatworms occurs add 50% more.

- As soon as the flatworms start to die commence with the activated carbon to take out any toxic body
fluids. Also see the above given important remarks.

- After an hour or so you can turn any UV or ozone on again.

Keep out of the reach of children! Only for aquarium hobby use.

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 Phosphate Eliminator

About Phosphate Eliminator
Phosphate Eliminator binds phosphate and is removed by skimming more effectively than normal. When we dose it to the reef or marine aquarium, it immediately makes phosphate unavailable to algae. It also avoids binding of phosphate to corals, live rock and sand, increasing the ability of corals and calcareous algae to grow much faster.
The phosphate bound by this supplement and not removed by skimming within 24 hours will be set free again by bacterial action. This will be especially the case when dealing with a rather high phosphate concentration. Daily dosage is required in such cases.
Increased phosphate concentration in the skimmed foam will be observed a couple of hours after Phosphate Eliminator has been dosed.
Measurement of the aquarium water, when using Phosphate Eliminator will not show that this supplement has bound the phosphate. That is, a test will not give a lower reading. The reason for this is that phosphate test kits require acidic reagents lowering the pH below 4, and such a low pH re dissolves the bound phosphate.
Therefore, measurement of the skimmed foam gives information about the effectiveness of this supplement. While a measurement of the aquarium water gives information on how much phosphate (bound + free) is still there.

Prolonged high phosphate concentration results in binding of phosphate to live rock and sand. When the phosphate concentration gets lower (by using this supplement), the phosphate bound to live rock and sand is set free. Or to put it differently; the aquarium decoration is getting cleaner with respect to phosphate. Therefore it might appear as no phosphate is being removed. Again measurement of phosphate in the skimmed foam will show if additional phosphate is being removed or not.

Shake before use.
Regular maintenance as a precautionary measure:
Dose 5 ml per 100 liters (25 gallons) weekly.
To decrease elevated phosphate concentration:
Dose 5 ml per 100 liters (25 gallons) daily. Test for phosphate every 1 or 2 weeks.

Keep out of reach of children. In case of contact with eyes rinse with plenty of water. Only for aquarium-hobby use. Not for human consumption (directly or indirectly)!
Active ingredients: phosphate binders.


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  Last Updated : 2/4/2012