Coral RX

Coral Rx Coral Dip - 8 oz

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Why does BRS recommend this?

Coral RX has proven its worth time and time again. With new corals from so many different sources, whenever we dip our corals here at BRS we almost always find some type of pest or critter that we do not want in our tank. 

Coral Rx was developed to be safe for your coral while still eliminating parasites and bacterial infections. Independently tested for its efficacy. Contains no iodine or oxidizers with a formula that will remain effective for approximately 1 year after opening. 


Follow instructions and do not add Coral Rx directly into your tank.


How to use Coral Rx Hobbyist Blend:

  • Shake the bottle of Coral Rx.
  • Add 20 mL or 4 capfuls of Coral Rx to 1 gallon (3.8 liters) of saltwater from aquarium.
  • Mix well.
  • Using a small powerhead, keep the water moving and place coral in the coral dip.
  • If you do not have a powerhead, gently shake coral in the coral dip.
  • Keep coral in the coral dip for 5 – 10 minutes.
  • After 5 – 10 minutes, remove coral and discard the coral dip.
  • Do not reuse the coral dip as parasite may release toxins.
  • Rinse coral with clean saltwater and return to aquarium.
  • Do not add Coral Rx directly into aquarium.
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Product Questions

So I have to use 1 gallon of water for each individual coral ?! Or can I use one gallon of water for multiple coral say 10-15 frags with a power head in the same container?
Question by: Jerry Henley on Aug 15, 2022, 4:51 AM
Thanks for the question! You can dip multiple corals in one solution of Coral Rx Coral Dip. When I get in new frags I'll mix up 1-2 gallons depending on how many frags I'm dipping then dip them in the same container with a small powerhead or air stone. Please let us know if we can help with anything else!
Answer by: Kyle Thomas (BRS Staff) on Aug 17, 2022, 12:49 PM
On new coral should acclimate tank conditions then dip?
Question by: Dale Krolikowski on Dec 10, 2021, 8:10 PM
Thank you for your question. I personally feel that drip acclimation of corals is more work than it is worth and the temperature fluctuation is more of a concern than water conditions. I would recommend dipping, a 14 day quarantine to monitor their health and for pests, and then a 2nd dip before introducing them into your display.
Answer by: William Glenn (BRS Staff) on Dec 15, 2021, 3:00 PM
I am transferring corals to a new tank and don't want to bring over aiptasia. Will this coral dip kill aiptasia?
Question by: Grant Schumacher on Jan 28, 2018, 5:50 PM
Coral dips do not kill as much as they will stun. Aiptasia will physically attach to bases and whatnot, but will not fall off when stunned. For aiptasia we suggest using Aiptasia X or Joes Joice.
Answer by: Charlie on Jan 28, 2018, 7:37 PM
Does this work for flat worms
Question by: Erick Moreno on Nov 21, 2017, 11:05 PM
Yes, CoralRx is effective against flatworms. : )
Answer by: Charlie on Nov 22, 2017, 11:08 AM