If you need a reliable solution that will efficiently get rid of ectoparasites in your tank, then grab the Seachem Cupramine Copper from Pet Store
right away. Ectoparasites are small organisms that stick and feed on your fishes' body. If not treated, your fish will not grow and develop well. Using this solution will help treat your aquarium water quickly. This is great to use on both freshwater and saltwater aquariums. This is made of high grade chemicals that are safe to use. It is non-acidic making it safe for your inhabitants' health. This will not affect the mineral balance of your water when used. Compared to other ectoparasite treatments, this is easier to use.
It comes with a complete set of directions for proper use and dosage. Simply turn off your UV sterilizer and remove your invertebrates before treatment. The Seachem Cupramine Copper is a smart choice to buy. It costs affordable and is very convenient to use. An ml of this solution can effectively treat 40 liters of water. You can simply keep this solution inside a high cabinet to keep it away from children's reach. Your fishes
will surely become healthy and free from parasites with this efficient formula. Grab one now.
SeaChem Cupramine ™ effectively eradicates ectoparasite of both freshwater and marine fish. It has all the advantages of copper sulfate and chelated copper, but not the disadvantages. Like copper sulfate, it is fully ionic and effective at low concentrations. The cupric (Cu+2) charge is fully active. Like chelates, it is safe for fish and is not precipitated in the filter bed. Unlike both, there is more than a 4x concentration gap between the minimal therpeutic dose and the toxic dose. Unlike copper salts, it is stable in the aquarium, and, unlike chelates, it is easily removed by chemical filtration. Unlike other copper products, it is both highly effective and safe in freshwater as well as marine water. It does not damage the filter bed. Cupramine™ contains 10,000 mg/L of copper and 100 mL treats over 500 gallons. Do not use in conjuction with ParaGuard™. Test for copper with our MultTest: Copper™ kit. Marine or freshwater use.
Caution: Turn off your UV sterilizer while treating with Cupramine. UV will break up the ionic bond in Cuprimine; causing it to be much more toxic.