A veterinary medicine containing 2-Phenoxyethanol for the treatment of fin rot and fungal infections. Stimulates the regeneration and healing of torn and tatty fins caused by fin rot, and treats fungal infections, typically seen as 'cotton-wool' like growths on the fins, mouth or gills. For use in coldwater and tropical aquariums. One 100ml bottle will treat up to 900 litres of tank water.
- Using the formula found on the carton, carefully calculate the volume of water to be treated making adequate allowance for the displacement of water by gravel, rocks & equipment.
- Shake bottle well, immediately before use.
- Using the pipette add 1ml of Fin Rot & Fungus Control for every 9 litres (2 gals) of water. Alternatively, add 1 capful (4ml) of Fin Rot & Fungus Control for every 36 litres (8 gals) of water. Dispense treatment directly into aquarium water.
- Continue filtration during treatment but remove carbon filter.
- Repeat treatment every 24 hours while symptoms persist.
- Renew filter carbon.
A 10% water change is recommended after the problem has been terminated.
For use in coldwater and tropical aquariums. Use the pipette provided, add 1ml of Fin Rot & Fungus Control per 9ml of water. Cap holds 4ml. To find out how many litres your aquarium holds consult the manufacturer's packaging. Alternatively, if filling the aquarium, you can measure the water as it is added. You can also calculate the size of your tank using the following formula: Length (cm) x Width (cm) x Height (cm) /1000 = Volume (l)
For animal treatment only. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Wash off any splashes immediately with clean water. Wash your hands with soap and water after use. Keep away from pets. Keep away from food and drink. This product will stain if spilt. Not to be used with other fish treatments or medicines. Not to be used in the presence of salt.
Read all instructions before use. Do not use in marine aquariums.
Do not store above 25°C. Keep the bottle in the carton and store in a dry place. Dispose of empty packaging and any remaining product in the household rubbish.