Reef Pest Solutions ‘All Out’ NOW AVAILABLE IN SA!

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  1. Andre@ReefAquatics

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    RPS All-Out now available in South Africa!

    Reefers, we have promised to bring exciting new products to our South African reerfkeeping community.

    The all spoken about RPS (Reef Pest Solutions) All-Out order has landed and available through us @ only R285.00 a 4oz bottle.

    A must have product when introducing any new corals into your reef, proven to kill off all those unwanted and undesirable hitchhikers that cause destruction to our existing reefs.

    From the developer:

    RPS ALL OUT Dip
    RPS ALL OUT is your complete dip solution for eradicating unwanted pests such as Acropora Red Bugs, Red Planeria Flatworms, Acro Eating Flatworms, Montipora Eating Nudibranches, Zoanthid Eating Nudibranches, Zoanthid Eating Spiders, Asterina Starfish, Bristle Worms, Algae, EGGS, Inverts. RPS ALL OUT also helps with Rapid Tissue Necrosis (RTN) and Slow Tissue Necrosis (STN),
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    Not only will RPS ALL OUT dip get rid of your unwanted pests, but it also contains a penetrating chemical that will destroy their eggs!!

    RPS ALL OUT is tough on parasites but safe on corals. With the use of Aloe Vera RPS ALL OUT will destroy any unwanted hitchhikers while providing a protective shield to the coral skin while it works.

    Unlike many of the competing products on the market. RPS ALL OUT does not contain iodine that can potentially stain your corals.

    Should not be used on fish, shrimp, crabs, snails, clams or other invertebrates

    RPS ALL OUT dip will change from blue to green when it is no longer working as intended. No other dip on the market can say that they have this safety feature.


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  3. Ridwaan

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    Seems like an awesome product for any SPS keeper to have
     
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    How much?
     
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    I want to see if it works I have LR with algea.... Will test it with pleasure...
     
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    LOL Speed reading...
     
  8. Zandy

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    gladly try it out as well ...have 4 tanks to use
     
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    @Zandy, we are looking for a guinee pig, do you have some unwanted critters?
    Let us know, pm me.

    Been following numerous threads in the US and seems a very effective product, would be great for an SA reefer to to some tests if they have some unwanted hitchhikers on their corals.
     
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    @Zandy, thanks for the pm, but let us know what pests you are battling with, then we can send you a bottle :)
     
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    Andre i have a flat worm infestation - will it help?
     
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    My sense of humour wondered where the infestation is exactly. :p
     
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    Flat what ? Tell Andre to get some by us when he does his rounds, will give you a bottle ONLY based on an in depth review ?

    Are you up for the challenge ?
     
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    @Andre@ReefAquatics, im up for an in depth review.
    I have about 30 corals that needs to be moved from my frag tanks to my newly scaped display tank. & ive seen a couple nasty hitch hikers in my quarantine tank...
    Will send you a pm tomorrow if you're OK with me doing a review for you...
     
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    I'll try but i'm not very good at writing :tt2:
     
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    ok @Zandy , @Visser, @HenkHugo we have found our Guinea pigs, can you each tell us in a one liner what infestation you are battling with.

    Been reading all the reviews in the US and works wonders buy killing off most pests so that's done an dusted, I'm hoping someone has AEFW eggs and you can try this out. There is an in depth thread on RC where this product is been tested and on day 40 the AEFW eggs seem to have gone dormant.

    Let us know.
     
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    Little flat red worm thingies on my shrooms and elegance corals
     
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    Zoa eating nudibranchs , not sure of the eggs as i have not spotted them, but will take a closer look. Also have some flatworm, not an investation but sure are there. The nudibranchs takes on the colour of the zoas ...so difficult to actually get a photo.
     
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    In my quarantine/test tank. Have 3 species of flatworm (clear, brown & red). (have flatworm eggs on some zoa frags).
    Fire & bristleworms.
    Acropora eating red-bugs.
    (For anyone wondering, this is my test tank only, not my frag / DT tanks where i keep my nice corals & i will never sell/give anything out of this tank to anyone!!!)
     
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    Andre does this work on algae? Like bryopsis?
     
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