When cleaning an aquarium, it's not enough that you just wash the tank itself. Cleaning up an aquarium means washing every part that makes up the aquarium - the devices, accessories, and even the fish themselves. Sounds hard? It sure is! Fortunately, you don't have to do all the cleanup using your bare hands. Cleaning aids and tools can help you with the daunting task of keeping your aquarium
There's a tool for every task and every component of an aquarium. If you think you have to sift through gravel using your fingers, you can breathe a sigh of relief now because Lee's Aquarium Stretch Gravel Vacuum Cleaner from Pet Store
comes to your rescue. This cleaner has a self-starting siphon that can remove dirt and debris from gravel. Yes, it can separate the gravel so that only the unwanted stuff gets taken away.
To make Lee's Aquarium Stretch Gravel Vacuum Cleaner work, all you need to do is move it in an up-down motion for a couple of times. Once it starts running, it can do the cleanup task for you in a much faster and more efficient manner. You don't need to get your hands anywhere near the gravel or the dirt.
Produced for designer aquariums, and hard-to-reach areas in all aquariums.
It features a 1" diameter cylinder and a 15/16" diameter cylinder, with a telescoping ring, that allows the Stretch Gravel Vacuum Cleaner to extend from 9" to 17" in length and it comes standard with a 56" long hose.