About Mardel Quick Cure
Fast relief for ick and protozoan parasites effectively treats ick, mild fluke outbreaks, protozoan parasites, costia, chilodonella and trichodina.
Mardel Quick Cure is a scientifically formulated liquid medication that cures ick in two days and cures lymphocystis in one week. For both fresh and saltwater use.
Ingredients: Formalin, Malachite Green
Directions & Dosage
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING. SQUEEZE BOTTLE GENTLY.
Before administering any medication, it is wise to check your water quality levels to ensure they are within their acceptable levels.
Remove carbon from filter before use.
Add 2 drops per gallon daily (do not discontinue filtration) for all fish except those in the tetra group.
FOR TETRAS: Add 1 drop per gallon daily.
FOR MARINE FISH: Add 2 drops per gallon daily in a bare aquarium.
Replace carbon 24 hours after last treatment. Maximum dosage: 3 daily treatments. If further medication is required, perform a 25% water change before administering another treatment cycle. Water will turn blue during treatment. This is a temporary condition and will disappear in a few days. Change 50% of water if fish show any signs of distress during treatment or an accidental overdose of this product occurs.
Can discolor silicone in glass aquariums.
Note: Consult a veterinarian or fish expert for assistance in diagnosis of disease causing organisms and treatment options.
|4 oz.||1,075 gal.||41040|
|16 oz.||4,300 gal.||41050|
|1 gal.||34,400 gal.||41060|
See below for frequently asked questions regarding Mardel Quick Cure.
What is the maximum dosage for Mardel Quick Cure?
Maximum dosage is three daily treatments (one treatment for three days). If further medication is required, perform a 25% water change before administering another treatment cycle. Change 50% of water if fish show any signs of distress during treatment or an accidental overdose of this product occurs.
What are the percentages of formaldehyde and malachite green in Quick Cure ?
Formaldehyde - 18.5%
Malachite Green - 0.44%
Can Quick Cure be used for treatment of Brooklynella?
Brooklynella is a tough one and we have received reports of success with QuickCure. Formaldehyde is a recommended treatment and QuickCure contains both formaldehyde and malachite green.
Can I use Quick Cure and Coppersafe together to treat Ich? Is Coppersafe suitable as an Ich preventative?
I have both of these products and noticed an out break of ich in one of my tanks and had recently moved fish from that tank to two other tanks. Im treating the tank with the obvious ich with quickcure and put coppersafe in the other tanks as a preventative. Is this correct? Can I use both products at the same time? Does the quickcure kill ick at all stages of its life cycle? or should you treat for longer than 2-3 days.
What you are doing is the best course of action. While both products are effective at controlling Ich, Quick Cure is the more aggressive treatment and is the best choice to handle the quickest. You are correct that Coppersafe can be used as a preventative.
The Ich life cycle is five days, so I recommend leaving medication in for that time period. Raising the temp of the aquarium will help speed up the process as well.
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