Coral Cleaner for Reef Aquariums: Julian Sprung's Two Little Fishies ReVive Coral Cleaner
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ReVive Coral Cleaner

ReVive Coral Cleaner
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Live coral cleaner made from plant extracts
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Specially-formulated cleaner for live stony corals
Plant extracts cleanse the surfaces of live stony corals
Use when acclimating new corals to your reef aquarium

Two Little FishiesSpecial plant extract solution cleans live stony corals. ReVive from Two Little Fishies is a general-purpose live coral cleaner developed by renowned coral expert, Julian Sprung. Use when acclimating new corals or for rinsing newly fragmented corals. In a separate container, mix 4 capfuls of ReVive Coral Cleaner per gallon of clean saltwater to use as a coral bath. 16.8 fl oz.

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When to use: ReVive Coral Cleaner is designed for all general purpose live coral cleansing, including the acclimation of live corals to aquariums and rinsing newly fragmented corals.

Directions: Mix 4 capfuls (40 ml) of ReVive per gallon of clean saltwater in a bucket or other container suitable for bathing the coral. Wash coral in this mixture for a few minutes while gently swirling it or use an air stone for agitation. After the bath, remove coral from ReVive/saltwater mixture and place it in a saltwater aquarium with moderate water flow. The ReVive/saltwater may be used again for cleaning several corals, but it should be discarded after 1 hour of use.

Two Little Fishies ReVive Coral Cleaner is a surface cleaning formula for live stony corals, based on plant extracts.

Note: For cleaning live coral only. ReVive is not a medication, nor is it intended to be a substitute for any medication. Not for use as a household cleaner. Not for human consumption.

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Contains neither ammonia nor phosphate.

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