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Ammonia poisoning is the most common killer of aquarium fish. Ammonia is produced by decomposing plants, algae, fish waste and uneaten food. Dangerous ammonia levels often occur in new aquariums or in an established tank when adding new livestock, when a filter stops working due to power or mechanical failure, or if existing beneficial bacterial colonies are lost due to the use of medications or sudden change in water conditions.
Ammonia poisoning is the most common killer of aquarium fish. Ammonia is produced by decomposing plants, algae, fish waste and uneaten food. Dangerous ammonia levels often occur in new aquariums or in an established tank when adding new livestock, when a filter stops working due to power or mechanical failure, or if existing beneficial bacterial colonies are lost due to the use of medications or sudden change in water conditions.

Fritz Aquatics Ammonia Remover for Aquarium, 4-Ounce

Fritz Aquatics

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Ammonia poisoning is the most common killer of aquarium fish. Ammonia is produced by decomposing plants, algae, fish waste and uneaten food. Dangerous ammonia levels often occur in new aquariums or in an established tank when adding new livestock, when a filter stops working due to power or mechanical failure, or if existing beneficial bacterial colonies are lost due to the use of medications or sudden change in water conditions.

  • Instant toxic ammonia removal
  • Removes chlorine and chloramine from tap water
  • Safe and easy to use