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Aqua Vision Cyano Solution
AquaVision Aquatics Cyano Solution is an easy-to-use powder that will not discolor aquarium water as it treats cyano bacteria (also known as red slime). Left unchecked, patches of cyano bacteria can quickly form massive sheets that choke off light and nutrients to live rock, corals and other saltwater aquarium life. Treat unsightly cyano bacteria to restore and maintain the beauty of your aquarium.
2 Grams can treat upto 400 gallons (1514 liters)
Aquarium: Fish Medications
Before use, siphon out as much cyano bacteria as possible. Discontinue the use of carbon, protein skimming, and ozone during treatment. Use product only with the aquarium lights on. Do not dose in the evenings. Dissolve 1 level scoop of Cyano Solution for every 10 gallons (37.9 liters) of true water volume with 1 cup of aquarium water. Mix thoroughly and pour solution into a high flow area of the aquarium. After 24 to 48 hours or once results are visible, perform a 25% water change and resume the use of carbon, protein skimming and ozone. If signs of stress are visible in your aquarium, perform a 25% water change. It is important to perform a 25% water change after every dose. If overdosed, this product could have some effect on aquarium pH and oxygen levels.
This product is for aquarium use only, not for human consumption. Keep out of reach of children.
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