AF Protect Dip 50ml - New Aquaforest Product

Discussion in 'Quality Marines' started by Quality Marines SA, 9 Mar 2018.

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Are you keen to try out the NEW AF Protect Dip?

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  1. Quality Marines SA

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    Good Day Reefers

    Another Long Awaited Aquaforest product has finally hit the shores of South Africa.
    The product will be in participating stores next week.:drool5::swim:


    AF Protect Dip - is a disinfecting solution for bathing corals. Thoroughly cleanses the surface of coral. Reduces the risk of developing many diseases, examples: tissue necrosis, coral bleaching, mycosis, AEFW or Brown Jelly Syndrome. The formula is perfect for introducing new corals into the tank and for quarantine. The bathing process ensures healthy appearance, growth and development of corals. In addition, the solution is safe for corals, contains no iodine or oxidizing compounds.


    Usage:

    Carry out the bath out of the tank. Shake before use. Dissolve 2.5 ml AF Protect Dip in 5 litres of saltwater or water taken directly from the tank. Immerse the coral in the prepared solution and gently clean its surface by rinsing with water or using a toothbrush. The bath should take up to 5 minutes. To rinse, transfer the coral into a container filled with clean saltwater. Transfer the cleaned coral back into the tank. Once used, the solution may not be reused. Do not pour the solution into the aquarium. Do not use the product if fish, snails, mussels, crabs or shrimp are in the tank. Use only out of the tank. Not suitable for human consumption.

    Happy Reefing :thumbup:

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  3. GVEC

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    Awesome news
     
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  4. JS

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    Great news. I have a request - could you please do a video (or is there one online?) I would like to see how one goes about cleaning a coral with a toothbrush?
     
  5. Atilla

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    Amazing products, will this also be available now?
     
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    Hi @Atilla, Yes these are available to order from us today.

    Thanks
     
  7. Atilla

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    Id like a couple please. PM sent
     
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    Hi @JS, Aquaforest is currently making a video on this and i will post it here as soon as it has been released.

    Thanks
     
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