When to use Anti-Aiptasia?
Aiptasia are polyp-like creatures found in marine aquariums usually introduced with corals or live rock. They can harm corals by outcompeting them for space and food as well as looking unsightly.
This Aiptasia treatment is a contact solution to these unwanted organisms. Anti-Aiptasia will also work on the closely related Majano anemones. Anti-Aiptasia is pesticide-free and does not adversely affect water quality.
How to use Anti-Aiptasia?
DO NOT APPLY DIRECTLY TO CORALS
Killing many Aiptasia in one treatment may adversely affect water quality - monitor Ammonia using Marine Lab Ammonia Test Kit throughout and after use.
Q: I used a competing product, the aiptasia were killed, but they grew back. Will Anti-Aiptasia work in the same way? A: As our Anti-Aiptasia disables adult polyps rapidly, they don’t have a chance to reproduce. Use Anti-Aiptasia to target the largest aiptasia to begin with and then focus on the smallest polyps to break their cycle. There’s enough in the bottle to treat 200 aiptasia and an angled application needle to get the more awkward to reach ones.
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Stones Aquatics from Sheerness
Have to say we tried the Anti-Aiptasia in the shop after a super sized one arrived on one of our Clove Polyps. Within seconds of injecting it dissolved and died.
Brandon Baker from South Africa
I work at a pet store in Durban (South Africa) and have had the best results with my salt water aquariums that I have EVER seen. I have been in the industry for about 10 years now and seriously recommend the products supplied by NT Labs. All our customers that have used anti-aiptasia swear by this product and have said that it over rules every other product out there. Highly recommended.
I have used many products for the eradication of aiptasia over the last 15 years. Often with poor results. After purchasing the Anti-Aiptasia, I was astonished with the results! Absolutely fantastic and not like the competitors which normally contains some form of hydroxide. I would highly recommend NT Labs Anti-Aiptasia. This is arguably the best in the market!