Nishicare Goodbye New Pond Problems Water Treatment -

Brand / Category: Water Treatment Equipment|Care & Hygiene|Pond Accessories|Temporarily deactived

Goodbye New Pond Problems from Nishikoi is the easy way for you to jump-start a new garden pond. Each sachet will remove chlorine in your pond and add friendly filter bacteria. This helps you to safeguard the health and well-being of your fish in your new pond. Treat once a week for the first two weeks Contains two 25g sachets. Each 25g sachet matures and dechlorinates ponds up to 1000 gallons Use every time you change the water in your pond - Nishicare Goodbye New Pond Problems Water Treatment - is a product of the Water Treatment Equipment|Care & Hygiene|Pond Accessories|Temporarily deactived category.

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