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WE CARRY ONLY STUFF WE USE IN OUR OWN REEFS

INCREASE THE BIODIVERSITY OF YOUR REEF WHILE KEEPING INHIBITANTS FEED AND YOUR ROCKS CLEAN

THE FOUNDATION OF THE REEF FOOD CHAIN

Dr. Tim's Aquatics Waste-Away Time Release Gels

Automatically and Continuously Released Waste-Away Bacteria!

Dr. Tim's Waste Away Gel is specially designed to break down fish waste in the hard to reach areas of your reef tank. Waste-Away is a 100% natural bacterial additive that helps dissolve sludge and hidden wastes. Using Waste-Away will also help increase your tanks ORP and the production of your protein skimmer. 

How long do they last?

The gel packets should be replaced every 30 days and will change to a tan color to indicate the need for replacement. Just dispose of the exhausted Waste-Away Gel package and replace with a new one. 

 

Instructions:

1. Before using Dr. Tim's Waste Away Gel, it is highly recommended to clean your tank using Dr. Tim's Waste Away Liquid

2. When you are ready to use the gel, unzip the clear wrapper. 

3. Remove the tab and attach the suction cup.

4. Attach the suction cup in a low flow area of your sump/tank. 

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We process orders Monday through Wednesday. In addition orders are shipped via FedEx though various services; FedEx Overnight, Fedex 2 Day Shipping, and Fedex Home Delivery or Ground for commercial addresses.

Our bottles are FDA approved for food contact, strong, lightweight, and completely recyclable. Rest assured keeping your reef adequately fed is environmentally friendly.

If you're not ready to use your tisbe or apo copepods once you receive them you can store them by removing the cap and storing them at room temperature out of direct sunlight.

For Rotifers, and Tig pods remove the cap and store them in the fridge until ready.

Tisbe copepods reproduce extremely well in a reef tank. Keep in mind that the ability to establish a population depends on reproduction exceeding predation. Therefore if you have a lot of predation based on your reef tank stock, it's important to introduce an adequate amount.

The best time to introduce copepods is once the tank inhabitants are not very active. This would be once the lights are off after they have been fed heavily. They can be introduce into the display, back chamber of an all in one, or in a refugium.

No problem, just here over here and reach out to us and we'll get back to you with the best approach to keeping your reef thriving.

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