When to use?
Certain species of parasites such as Trichodina, Costia, Oodinium and flukes can cause fish to produce a whitish mucus layer, known as velvet or slime disease.
Use when fish appear to be covered in a whiteish film, have damaged fins, show signs of irritation or are gasping at the surface.
How to use?
This product contains copper, which will kill snails, shrimps and other invertebrates, use half dose in the presence of copper-sensitive species.
“Comprehensive and easy to use, I often like to have a couple of bottles of Anti-Internal Bacteria treatment or Disease Solve to hand. Nice to know that I’m not the only one who rates these products!” Nathan Hill, the Associate Editor of Practical Fishkeeping Magazine
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Active Ingredients: Copper Sulfate 400 mg/100 mL, Formaldehyde 250 mg/100 mL
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Note: This calculator does not take into account water displacement such as that caused by substrate, ornaments, water features and plants etc. Therefore, please adjust the calculated volume accordingly.
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10ml per 50 litres of aquarium water.
Treatment can be repeated 7 days after last dose. If you feel a second dose is required, first check your diagnosis is correct, test your water quality using NT Labs Test Kits and carry out a 30% partial water change.
* Always follow the instructions on the label. This calculator is intended to be used only as a guide to how much product you need to buy to treat your system. It does not take account of displacement caused by gravel, rocks and ornaments etc and does not include the volume of any external filtration system. NT Laboratories Ltd. will not accept any responsibility for inaccuracies or misuse of this guide.