Citric Acid 110 g - Tunze

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Citric Acid 110 g - Tunze

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Citric Acid Concentrate for decalcifying protein skimmers, pumps and more. Follow manufacturer's instructions for mixing solution.

  • Replacement Citric Acid for Tunze Cleaning Set

  • 110 g (3.2 oz)

  • Item #0220.710
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Citric Acid Concentrate for decalcifying protein skimmers, pumps and more. Follow manufacturer's instructions for mixing solution.
  • Replacement Citric Acid for Tunze Cleaning Set
  • 110 g (3.2 oz)
  • Item #0220.710

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  • WORKS GREAT! By John on 8/25/2017

    I bought this to clean my Tunze nanostreams and it did the job, but I wished I bought the Tunze care package, because I can see that the tools would be helpful in the cleaning process. Two thumbs up!
  • fixed my pump By joe B on 6/2/2017

    i bought a used mp10 18 monthes ago , liked it but it was loud so i cleaned it and bought a quiet drive upgrade, still loud. just tried the tunze citric acid and wow like getting new pump its quiet a nlooks great with minimal effort.
  • Works Really Great By DAVID on 9/10/2015

    I found it to work better than vinegar.
  • Works like Wonders (Duplicate) By DAVID on 9/10/2015

    Works better than using vinegar.

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Hi, me again! I can not find the directions for using the Tunze Citric Acid 220.71. I would like to try it on a skimmer in a 5g bucket. I would hate to dump all 4oz in to find I only need a teaspoon full or I should have used 5oz! Thanks again, Holley
Question by: Holley on Aug 11, 2014 7:06:00 AM
Hi Holley,

This product can be mixed at various concentrations as needed but in general 1 tablespoon to 8oz of RO or distilled water is sufficient for most jobs. 1 cup = 16 Tbsp which would make about 1 gallon of solution.

You may be better off from a cost standpoint buying a gallon of vinegar for big cleaning jobs like skimmers. That being said, Tunze Citric Acid smells a lot better than vinegar so if the smell is a concern I would go with citric acid. :)

Hope this helps!
Have a great day :)
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Aug 11, 2014 7:06:00 AM