AQUANATURE pH – is adjuster lowers pH to make
freshwater aquariums more acidic for fish and plants
when levels rise too high. pH is the measure of acidic
or alkaline conditions in aquarium water, neutral ph is
7.0, pH values about 7.0 are considered alkaline,
and pH values below 7.0 are considered acidic.
Different fishes need different pH levels to stay in
healthy environment . A correct, stable pH will help
ensure a healthy aquarium environment. The pH of
an aquarium can fluctuate due to biological or
chemical activity within the aquarium. With
AQUANATURE pH – , the pH may be decreased to
a desired level for aquarium inhabitants. Adjusting
the pH to the proper level has an important
influence on fish health and disease resistance.
Check the pH of aquarium water with ph test kit.
To lower pH, add 1 ml. for each 10 gallons of aquarium water. Take another
pH reading before adding another dose of pH – .
Some fish may be sensitive to pH adjustments so wait for 24 hrs then
gradually dose ph – .
Shake well before use.
Push 4 times Equal to (5 ml) per 50 US gallons (190 L) of aquarium
Depending on the initial alkalinity of your water, several
doses may be required to reach the target pH. Wait
approximately 10 minutes, re-check the pH level
before adding more AQUANATURE PH -. If fish are
present, limit pH change to 0.2 per day.
- For best results, add pH reducer to a high flow area of
- Always check the pH of your water before using pH
- Overdosed? Observe livestock for distress, perform
small water changes if needed.
Store in a cool,dry place.
Keep out of reach of children. Not for human consumption. If ingested drink water, seek
medical attention immediately. If in eyes, flush with water, if irritation continues, seek