The best way to start up a new pond is to condition the water with the Aquapro Pond Water Treatment & Conditioner. The Treatment & Conditioner is a treatment designed to neutralise and remove chlorine and chloramine from standard tap water. Its best to administer the treatment and conditioner before you put your fish in their new home. The treatment has been manufactured with aloe Vera and PVP’s to repair and replace the slime coating on fish, preventing stress and allowing for a smooth transition. The Treatment & Conditioner also has properties which neutralises toxic ammonia spikes caused by fish waste, which can be a threat to fish health if not treated. Each 250ml bottle treats 3000 litres of pond water, meaning 1mL will treat 12 litres of water. Being such a necessary product, it is impossible to overdose, being completely harmless to fish, pets and plants.
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