This veterinary medicine is for the treatment of fish infected with White Spot. Also known as Ich or Ichthyopthirius, this is a persistent protozoan parasite that exhibits itself as pinhead-sized white spots. Costia and Trichodina can also be controlled with this product. Suitable for both coldwater and tropical aquariums, one 100ml bottle will treat up to 900 litres of tank water.
- Veterinary fish medicine
- Treats fish with external parasites, including White Spot (Ich), Costia and Trichodina
- Can be used as a preventative treatment
- Suitable for both coldwater and tropical aquariums
Contains: Malachite Green (4% solution) 1.0%w/w, Acriflavin 0.005%w/w, and Quinine Sulphate 0.004%w/w.
Using the pipette provided, add 1ml of White Spot Control per 9 litres 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) When treating an aquarium containing loaches, sharks or 'scaleless' fish use half the recommended dose.
Do not use in marine aquariums. For the treatment of ornamental fish only. This product will stain if spilled. This product may stain tank ornaments & silicone. Not to be used with other fish treatments and medicines.
Do not store above 25°C. Keep bottle inside box, and store in a dry place. Dispose of packaging and any remaining product in the household refuse.