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Api Ph Down Treatment 37ml

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I248659-Api Ph Down Treatment 37ml
I248659-Api Ph Down Treatment 37ml

Product details

SKU
I248659
Pet
Fish
Dimensions
37 ml
Health Type
Treatments
Description
pH is the measure of acidic or alkaline conditions of water. A value of 7.0 corresponds to a neutral pH. pH values about 7.0 are considered alkaline, and pH values below 7.0 are considered acidic. Different fish need different pH levels to be healthy. Check the pH level using a pH Test Kit. pH DOWN is designed to lower the pH of aquarium water where testing has shown pH to be at an undesirable level. pH DOWN lowers pH and makes aquarium water more acidic. pH DOWN is fast-acting, colorless, easy to use and will not cloud or color the aquarium water. pH DOWN is phosphate-free and nitrate-free therefore will not encourage algae growth.
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