Easy Adjust pH Up
Use for: Treating aquariums with a pH of 6.5 or lower
The pH of water may be described as acid, neutral or alkaline. pH is measured on a scale of 1-14, 1-7 is considered acid, 7 is neutral and 7-14 is considered alkaline.
Most species of commonly kept tropical and coldwater fish will thrive in a pH of between 6.5 and 8.5. A pH outside this range will cause fish stress. Stress is the single most common cause of fish disease in home aquariums.
- Measure the pH of the aquarium water
- Consult the graphic in the product leaflet for specific advice on the results. If corrective treatment is required it must be carried out each day for the designated number of days to reduce fish stress
- Calculate your aquarium volume
- Place 1 measure (1ml) of the appropriate adjusting compound for every 25.5 L of aquarium water into a cup of warm water. Then disperse the solution over the aquarium surface
- Upon completion of the dosage retest the water. Usually this will bring the pH to an acceptable level however depending on the water you may need to carry out further treatment