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Aquatics Water Treatments

 An aquarium is a miniature ecosystem that depends on bacteria to break down and convert the toxic chemicals produced by aquatic animals into less harmful substances. This process is called cycling, and it can take 3 to 7 weeks to get the bacteria population up to where it needs to be. Several aquatics water treatments help change the clean water. 

The fish aquarium needs a certain level of care when it comes to cleaning fish tanks. Our products adjust to API pH Test & Adjuster Kit for Freshwater Aquarium, which kills germs and bacteria and keeps the water clean. It gives a proper idea about how the water temperature is and its need for cleanliness. One of the most important tools that you need to have in your aquarist tool belt is a bottle of aquarium water treatments. Although you might not see it working, this product is essential for keeping your aquarium water clean and healthy.

Kwik pets have all the proper guidance and products by which pet owners can get the proper help in understanding the water temperature and cleanliness. Because of this, they can create a proper fish living environment. We also have Aqueon Freshwater Aquarium Plant Food which works as an additional product to clean the fish tank. 

Frequently Asked Questions

A deep clean of your tank and all equipment should be done at least once a month. This means unplugging everything, checking it for damage, and making sure it is clean. This also includes filters, pumps, lights, and other associated equipment.
How often should you use the water conditioner? You should use a water conditioner every time you perform a water change or top off your freshwater tank. Simply add the water conditioner to the tap water before you pour it into your aquarium. If you don't use a water conditioner, you are dumping toxic chemicals into your fish tank.
Use 1 capful (5 mL) of product for each 200 L (50 US gallons) of new water. For smaller volumes, please note that each cap thread is approximately 1 mL. To avoid stressing fish, it's best to add the product to the new water first. If adding directly to the aquarium, base the dose on aquarium volume.
The easiest way to check your fish tank water is to buy a good all-around tester kit. The key things to look for are ammonia, nitrite, nitrate, and pH. These compounds will be kept largely in check with a good mechanical, chemical and biological filter.
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