API Melafix - 16 oz.

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$9.53 $9.59
Item: 199491
$9.53 $9.59

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Melafix is a breakthrough antibacterial remedy that uses a derivative of the Melaleuca (Tea Tree) to treat bacterial infections in fresh and saltwater fish. Rapidly repairs damaged fins, heals open wounds and ulcers, stops mouth fungus, and treats fin and tail rot. Safe for reef aquariums and live plants. Causes rapid growth of new fins and tissue in as little as 4 days of treatment. Safe for scaleless fish, fry, and invertebrates. Will not affect pH, stain the water, or harm the biological filter.

This product cannot be shipped to Canada.

Specifications
MPN
11J
Manufacturer
API
FormLIQUID
Treatment ForBACTERIA
Invert SafeYes
Treats up to960 GALLONS
Internal Id
5927

State Restrictions
Alberta
British Columbia
Manitoba
New Brunswick
Newfoundland
Northwest Territories
Nova Scotia
Nunavut
Ontario
Prince Edward Island
Quebec
Saskatchewan
Yukon
Tree tea oil.
Directions: Shake well. Remove activated carbon, if possible. Dose: Add 5 ml per 10 US gallons of aquarium water. Disease or wound treatment: Dose daily for 7 days. After 7 days make a 25% water change. Treatment may be continued if necessary. Adding new fish: Dose daily for 3 days.

Ratings & Reviews

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Awesome Results!

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3 of my large goldfish and koi came down with lesions and open sores. After 2 days they were healed! I now use Melafix as a preventative in all my tanks.

Melafix is a great product

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This is a miracle product. It does not harm fish; it actually heals them...without harming the other fish in the tank. I use it all the time and have not had any negative effects.

melafix

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great product, this is the first product that did what it says

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Works well and is effective. Just follow the directions

Don't expect miracles...

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Melafix works well for most bacterial and fungal infections. It is highly dependent on how early you detect the problem. If used correctly and early enough, it does as advertised.