D-D EzeClean Equipment Cleaner Information
EzeClean was developed to quickly and easily remove calcareous deposits from your saltwater equipment leaving it looking like new.
This powdered material mixes easily with water to produce an acid solution that will remove thick hardened on calcium deposits which solutions like vinegar would not touch.
EzeClean formula can be used anywhere where lime deposits have formed, such as on aquarium equipment or in a domestic situation where hard tap water is present and causes problems.
EzeClean removes even the most obstinate lime deposits simply and effectively.
Use EzeClean formula for cleaning pumps, skimmers, pipework, UV sterilisers, calcium reactors, old aquariums and the white deposits off the body of kalkwasser stirrers to bring the function and appearance back to new.
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(Posted on 9/3/11)
Comments: This product is excellent. Wish it came in a larger size.
This stuff works!
(Posted on 11/16/09)
Comments: I used this stuff Sat. and what a difference it made in my skimmer and pumps. I collected more stuff in my skimmer on Sat. than I did during the previous 6 days. I would like to add that 1 container of this makes about 1 gallon. So I used a turkey baster and periodically coated the skimmer and just let the base of the skimmer and the pumps soak in a 5 gallon salt bucket. I was going to replace my pumps but I think I can wait awhile now.
Worth every peny
(Posted on 11/15/09)
Comments: This stuff really works. I use it on pumps, and just about everything. Cleans even really calcified and dirty stuff if you give it time .
EZE-CLEAN IS RIGHT
(Posted on 4/18/08)
Comments: THIS STUF REALY WORKS GREAT! I RECENTLY PICKED UP SOME
USED EQUIPMENT FROM A REEFER UPGRADING TO A LARGER TANK
SIZE AND AS YOU CAN GUESS THE PROTEEN SKIMMER HAD LOTS OF CORALINE ALGAE INSIDE AND OUT. AFTER A THREE OR FOUR HOUR SOAK WITH THIS STUF IT CAME OFF WITH NO PROBLEMS INSIDE AND OUT.
Works Well, But Pricey
(Posted on 7/18/11)
Comments: This stuff works well on the really thick calcium deposits. Vinegar will work also though not quite as quickly. That said it is very pricey if you need large amounts of it.