Is your aquarium's water looking a little yellowish? If it is, your filter's carbon bag may already be worn out. Replace it right away with a JBJ Reaction Canister Filter: Replacement Carbon Bag. Active carbons from Pet Store play a very important role in keeping your aquarium free of harmful chemicals.
Without a working chemical filter, your aquarium may be debris-free but your fish will suffer from great stress due to high ammonia and nitrite levels. Excessive phosphate levels will promote algae growth that can infect your aquarium's inhabitants and make the water look like a murky pond. A fresh JBJ Reaction Canister Filter: Replacement Carbon Bag every month can prevent this from happening. It can also remove that yellowish tinge of your aquarium's water. To top it off, this carbon bag can also get rid of that fishy odor.
A world of difference can be seen when you have one in your filter. This product can easily fit into any kind of JBJ canister filter. It is recommended that you replace this bag with a new one at least once a month. Save your fish from getting sick because of their own filth by having a JBJ Reaction Canister Filter: Replacement Carbon Bag handy whenever you need it. Grab one today!
Replacement Carbon Bag for JBJ Canister
Activated Carbon absorbs dissolved pollutants and removes the yellow discoloration of water and addociated odors.
Replace Activated Carbon Bag on a monthly basis
JBJ is a top-of-mind brand name in freshwater and saltwater aquarium supplies. The company is committed to innovation and manufacturing only the absolute highest quality equipment. JBJ’s philosophy is "to create products that provide extra value" to hobbyists. JBJ produces hundreds of aquarium products including lights, filters, heaters, UV sterilizers, wavemakers and top-off systems. The company is best known for their affordable line of Arctica chillers and the best-selling Nano Cube aquarium series. We carry the gamut of JBJ products and accessories and are happy to provide you free technical support while you’re setting up your new equipment.