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Hydroponic Algae

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  • Contains one (1) API POND ALGAEFIX Algae Control Solution 32-Ounce Bottle
  • Effectively eliminates green water algae, string and hair algae, blanketweed algae and others

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6 Comments
  1. This product from skunk labs works some serious magic for your roots. They will thrive! Can be used throughout the entire grow and bloom of your plants.

  2. Ordered this to use in my DIY 24site aeroponics cloner to help maintain the algae and slime that would appear only a few days after a fresh water change . now with the Res Clear there is no more slime/algae at all and I refresh it with Res Clear every 2 weeks and fresh clones are rooting in record time and very healthy ???would def recommend to anyone running hydro/aero , dwc and so forth .

  3. I know alot of people feel this is junk. But i really do not know how i would clean the algae off the of my back aquarium wall, bottom of my tank. Or my white bubbler across the back of my tank without this scraper. This scraper is a life saver for me. Keeps my aquarium looking crystal clean. And i love that the handle is so long, I have a very deep tank. And when i drain water out i can use this without getting wet. And it even works to help me gently move some ornaments back to place in my 37 gallon fancy goldfish aquarium. So happy i did my research and purchased this product and have this in my aquarium maintenance arsenal.

  4. Product delivery fast and as advertised

  5. It works to some degree but the angle of the cleaner only allow the front edge to contact the glass unless you take the tank cover off your aquarium…something I am hesitant to do because my large fish go into panic mode and could easily jump right out of the tank while cleaning the glass. And BOY does the thing hold water…you have to hold it over the tank for some time, letting the water drain out of the scrubber material, then shake it to prevent it dripping all over your floor when you’re done!I could have designed a better one with two plastic dowel pieces and a third of the scrubber material…matter of fact, maybe I will…

  6. I have a 55 gallon tank and this does a very good job removing algae from the glass. I used to use one of the little magnet scrapers which releases the algae into the water rather than trap the algae. This scrapper will trap some of it making it easier to get out of the tank. It’s also significantly larger so cleaning takes less time.

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