Chemiclean - Red Slime Algae Remover for Fish Tanks

ChemiClean removes Red Slime Algae from fish tanks. It does it quickly, effectively and safely. It removes cyanobacteria without harming fish, invertebrates, and corals. It also spares important nitrifying bacteria.

Aquarists worldwide use and appreciate ChemiClean. It's safe, inexpensive and easy to use.

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Chemiclean Red Slime remover

Does your tank have Red Slime Algae? Chemiclean removes red slime algae from your tank quickly and safely.

Red slime algae is also known as Cyanobacteria. It grows in the presence of excess nitrates and ammonia. ChemiClean destroys algae in a safe manner. It won't harm your plants, fish or other biologicals.

Chemiclean does the following:

  • It destroys Red Slime Algae (Cyanobacteria).
  • It works without harming fish, invertebrates or corals.
  • Oxidizes organic sludge and sediment.
  • It clarifies both Saltwater and Freshwater Aquariums.
  • It promotes an Ideal Enzyme Balance
  • It's Safe for Reef Tanks nitrifying bacteria and all fish.
  • Both Fresh water and Salt water secure.

Directions: Use included level scoop, one per each 10 gallons. After 48 hours, repeat if needed. Must change water (20%) after every treatment.Contents treat 300 gallons.

Important Note: So you don't filter ChemiClean from your tank, first turn off your UV sterilizer and/or Ozonizer. Also, turn off your Protein Skimmer. Remove ChemiPure or any other filtration for 24 hours after each treatment. During treatment, maintain tank oxygen levels with an airstone.

Contains no phosphates, algaecides or Erythromycin succinate. Avoid prolonged skin contact. Keep away from children. Do not ingest. ChemiClean Net Weight: 2 grams.

What is in Chemiclean? What is it's active ingredient?

While it's not listed on the label, it's possible that it's a drug. So why isn't it listed on the label? Most likely because Boyd is an old company, one that could have been "grandfathered" by the FDA. "Grandfathered" means that certain drugs don't have to be printed on the label.

The FDA states "Under the 1962 grandfather clause, the FD&C Act exempts a drug from the effectiveness requirements if its composition and labeling has not changed since 1962 and if, on the day before the 1962 Amendments became effective, it was (a) used or sold commercially in the United States, (b) not a new drug as defined by the FD&C Act at that time, and (c) not covered by an effective application."1

1Affairs, Office of Regulatory. “Compliance Policy Guides - CPG Sec. 440.100 Marketed New Drugs Without Approved NDAs and ANDAs.” U S Food and Drug Administration Home Page, Office of Regulatory Affairs. Accessed 12 Apr. 2017.

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