Tetra Aqua Easy Balance
For long-term biologically healthy water - up to 6 months.
Reduce the number of water changes.
Reliable stabilization of the pH and KH values prevents a drop in acidity that could endanger the life of the fish
Adds valuable trace elements and vitamins
Dosing 1 x per week = up to 6 months biologically healthy water
Reduces the number of water replacements
You need to spend less time caring for your aquarium
For freshwater aquariums
WATER MAINTENANCE TIPS FOR FISH AQUARIUMS Pet Planet wants to go further than any pet store that sells products for maintenance of aquarium water for fish and therefore gives you some advice that we hope will be practical when choosing the right product: Aquarium water conditions Aquarium temperature: Perhaps it is one of the most important factors for the survival of our fish, that is why we advise you to have a thermometer in your aquarium and to check it regularly (this thermometer can be found in specialized stores for animals), a thermometer will warn you if the heater of your aquarium fails. The normal temperature for most tropical fish is about 24-26 ºC. Since this is pretty generic, don't forget to ask what temperature each species requires when you buy it at your pet store. pH of the water: For fresh water, a pH around (6.5-7.5) is enough for most fish and plants to develop normally and in marine aquariums around (8.1-8.2), but be careful It will depend on each species. In specialized pet stores you will find pH meters for your aquarium, it will be enough to measure it once a month. If you decide to modify the pH of an aquarium, do it in the least abrupt way possible. Turbidity of the water in your aquarium: Also so that everyone understands it, we could say the clarity of the water in your aquarium. Tap water is usually quite slightly cloudy, in any case always try to make the water as clear as possible by making partial changes to the water in your aquarium. The chlorine in the water in our aquarium: The water as it comes out of the tap can be deadly for the fish and plants in the aquarium, this is due to the chlorine that the water contains. How can we avoid this naturally and make the water pure: collect rainwater through containers for our aquarium, a cumbersome method that we do not recommend since it can lead to a series of inconveniences for fish and plants in the aquarium. Another way is to let the water stand for a couple of days so that it releases the chlorine. Although, the most practical thing would be to use the products sold in pet stores to remove chlorine from tap water. All the advice given is generic, therefore we advise you to get information based on the speciesof fish, as it may change substantially.