NT Labs has updated its popular Aquarium range of treatments and fish medicines, adding new products, improving pre-existing formulations, and giving the range a fresh new look.
Based on customer feedback, NT Labs have renamed some products in the Aquarium range: General Tonic has been renamed Disease Solve, and Anti-Velvet & Slime is now called Anti-Parasite.
In addition to these name changes, Sludge Gone has been reformulated and renamed: now Aquarium Cleaner, this product is designed to digest organic material caused by the build-up of dead plant matter, fish waste and uneaten food, reducing the risk of diseases, algae growth and the need for frequent gravel cleaning. As an additional result of its reformulation, Aquarium Cleaner is now a liquid, making it easier to measure and add to an aquarium.
Plant Boost has also been reformulated. This iron-rich plant food replaces and provides all the trace elements needed to achieve vibrant and vigorous plant growth. The new formulation has a higher concentration, and is easy to use with a pump dispenser, meaning the 100ml bottle will last longer and be more cost effective.
Plant Boost has been formulated to work in conjunction with Liquid CO2 Boost, a new product in NT Labs’ Aquarium range. This gives aquatic plants a source of dissolved carbon eliminating the need for expensive equipment such as CO2 gas injection systems. With Liquid CO2 Boost, plants will grow more vigorously, removing algae-causing macronutrients such as nitrate and phosphate.
The Aquarium Starter Kit is also new to the range, and gives customers who are starting an aquarium the essential products they need before they add fish: Tap Water Safe and Filter Starter.
New Plastic Plant Cleaner removes the unsightly layer of algae and organic deposits that spoil the appearance of plastic plants and ornaments. Each pack contains five cleaning tablets and a bottle of neutraliser solution, so your decor goes back into the aquarium looking like new.
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