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Insten Battery-Powered Gravel Cleaner Aquarium Fish Tank Siphon Vacuum
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Possibly one of the most important pieces of aquarium maintenance equipment is the fish tank gravel cleaner. It is an essential piece of kit when it comes to water changes and cleaning your aquarium and with discus fish tanks needing to be maintained to a high level you are going to want to have something that makes this job as easy as possible.
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You could then also ultimately remove the gravel from the tank and clean it, but take caution: Any chemical can obviously be harmful to youranimals. Clean the gravel in fresh water with as little chemicals asyou can (I've heard of people who took out gravel, bleached theirgravel and then put it back and killed off all their fish). I reallyrecommend just doing this mechanically, scrubbing them in a clothcan work. Then leave to dry out in the sun (The sun will also helpbleach the stones and kills algae). Then rinse off in fresh wateragain. Then, like with new water, introduce the clean gravel littlebit by little bit. It's a pain and there are probably better ways, but it's safe. If you have sand in the bottom of your fish tank, the gravel cleaner will collect most of it.
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So you want to clean the gravel in your fish tank, but you don't have a vacuum to remove the buildup that has settled around the little stones. There is a way to clean the gravel so that it can be reused, thereby saving you a little money. However, it will cost you some time. The end result will be clean gravel, a clean tank and happy fish.Siphon Vacuum Water Pump Gravel Cleaner Aquarium Filter - SKU014973

This is a multifunctional tool for aquarium. It combine the cleaning and filtering fuction. It is easy to use, you can exchange the water and wash the sand in your aquarium tank easily. The best tool to keep your aquarium clean, gives your fish tank a nice living environment.

- For more information, please check: The DIY aquarium siphon / gravel cleaner is a fantastic way to keep your aquarium clean. Its cheap and easy to do. Not to mention, effective. This works well on gravel, sand or bare bottom.

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von Unleashed 9 von JANPAnother aquarium gravel cleaner people should consider is the new Aqueon 06232 cleaning system. This gravel cleaner is available in different tubing lengths and those with large fish tanks often buy the 10-inch version. This length is ideal for cleaning 20 - 50 gallon fish tanks. It comes with the aquarium gravel cleaner and bulb that works by siphoning the muck buildup from the tank. The self-priming intake tube makes it easy to operate, and removes tank debris effectively.The Python 25-foot No Spill Clean and Fill System makes cleaning aquariums easy due to the special spill-proof design that keeps water in place during the cleaning process. Because this system features a 7:1 water ratio, only about 1-gallon of water needs replacing during the gravel cleaning process. With no assembly required, this is a very easy system that is immediately operable. The uses an environmentally-safe, non-porous tube that does not harm the water or the fish. This system eliminates the need for siphons and buckets, and tank tear-downs are a thing of the past.Sparkling water and brightly colored fish provide a peaceful ambiance to a room. While the removes some debris, a layer of old food, excrement, and dead plant materials drift down into the gravel. Fish tank maintenance is an easy task when owners use a siphon to clean the gravel and replace up to 25 percent of the water each week. When purchasing an aquarium siphon, owners should consider the size of the aquarium and the type of siphon needed for cleaning it.