Ammonia spikes often occur in newly set up aquariums due to the nitrogen cycle not yet being established. There
are a number of other causes of ammonia spikes including adding too many new fish at once and changes in
bacterial colonies due to the use of medications or sudden changes in water conditions. Ammonia spikes can cause
serious problems for fish and other aquarium inhabitants and can quickly result in the loss of fish. ReeFlowers
RemAmmonia works quickly to eliminate ammonia in aquariums. It removes ammonia, as well as chlorine,
chloramine and heavy metals.
It can also be used to clean water when setting up new aquariums, before water changes and after medical
treatments helping to reduce stress and acclimatise new fish. Removing ammonia also helps to reduce the
formation of nitrate and nitrite in aquarium water. It may be used in all kinds of fresh water aquariums, plant
aquariums and salt water aquariums. It neither causes harm to fish, plants, reef creatures, useful bacteria colonies
and useful microorganisms, nor it is toxic.
It is recommended that 2 ml of RemAmmonia is added for every 100 liters of water every day for the first 5 days after setting up a new aquarium.
After this 2 ml for every 100 liters should be added weekly. In cases involving introduction of harmful substance into water, long-term power-cuts,
emergency situations such as ammonia bursts etc., the product may be added in an amount up to 10 ml per 100 lt.
Following drug therapy, add 3 ml of ReeFlowers RemAmmonia per 100 lt daily over a period of one week; during transportation of species, add 1 ml
of ReeFlowers RemAmmonia per 10 lt of aquarium water.
85 ml bottle – 20 drops = 1 ml
250 ml, 500 ml & 1000 ml bottles – 1 cap = 6 ml