About Fritz ParaCleanse
Fritz ParaCleanse treats and controls of a wide variety of parasitic diseases. Use Fritz ParaCleanse for outbreaks of aquatic parasites including velvet (Oodinium dinoflagellates), hole-in-the-head disease (Hexamita spp. & Spironucleus), fish lice, or gill & skin flukes (Dactylogyrus & Gyrodactylus). This treatment is suitable for fresh and saltwater aquariums, and will not discolor the water.
Directions & Dosage
Use of a hospital tank is recommended. No water changes, pH or temperature adjustments necessary if readings are in ideal range (Freshwater pH 6.4 - 7.6 / Saltwater 8.0 -8.4, temperature 68̊to 82̊F). Remove all chemical filtration (carbon, ion exchange resins) before and during use. Turn off UV sterilizer if present during treatment. Aeration and water flow should be maintained. In marine aquariums turn off protein skimmer during treatment;resume use after completion of treatment. The active ingredients in Fritz ParaCleanse can negatively affect beneficial bacteria which remove ammonia and nitrite from water. Testing for ammonia and nitrite is recommended. Chemical ammonia removers such as Fritz Aquatics A.C.C.R. may be used during treatment to prevent ammonia poisoning of the fish. Note: Fritz ParaCleanse will not color or cloud aquarium water.
One complete course of treatment will take 5 days.Treat for the full course of treatment even if visible signs of infection or illness disappear.
Day One: Add contents of one packet per 10 gallons of water to be treated.
Day Three: Add contents of one packet per 10 gallons of water to be treated.
Day Five: Perform a 25% water change.
ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Each packet contains 250 mg metronidazole and 75 mg praziquantel.
Treating an aquarium less than 10 gallons? Watch for instructions!
WARNING, This product contains chemicals, including metronidazole, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer
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