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Citric Acid Aquarium Equipment Cleaner - Bulk Reef Supply

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32 Ounces Citric Acid - Bulk Reef Supply

SKU: 211709

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$13.99

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$13.99
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64 oz Citric Acid - Bulk Reef Supply

SKU: 211710

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$28.99

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$28.99
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128 oz Citric Acid - Bulk Reef Supply

SKU: 211711

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$54.99

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$54.99
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Quickly and Effortlessly Remove Coralline Algae from Pumps & Powerheads.

Over time pumps, powerheads, heaters, or any other piece of equipment in your aquarium can start to have mineral deposits form or coralline algae build-up, which can hamper the performance. Keeping your equipment clean will lead to a longer life and better efficiency. Just create a liquid solution, and after a quick soak, deposits will start to dissolve, requiring minimal effort for complete removal. 

 

Four Sizes Available:

  • 32 Ounces
  • 64 Ounces
  • 128 Ounces

 

1-Quart Mixing & Cleaning Instructions

Add 4 tablespoons (2 oz) of BRS Citric Acid to 1 quart of RODI water and mix until the citric acid has fully dissolved. Once the citric acid solution has dissolved, you can use a squirt bottle and brush to clean your equipment. For thicker coralline algae or other stubborn deposits, soaking the equipment in the citric acid solution for a couple hours may be required. After cleaning is complete dispose of any excess dirty solution and rinse any equipment with RODI water to remove excess citric acid solution before placing it back into your aquarium. The unused solution can be stored indefinitely. 

 

1-Gallon Mixing & Cleaning Instructions

Add 3/4 cup (6 oz) of BRS Citric Acid to 1 gallon of RODI water and mix until the citric acid has fully dissolved. Once the citric acid solution has dissolved you can use a squirt bottle and brush to clean your equipment. For thicker coralline algae or other stubborn deposits, soaking the equipment in the citric acid solution for a couple of hours may be required. After cleaning is complete dispose of any excess dirty solution and rinse any equipment with RODI water to remove excess citric acid solution before placing it back into your aquarium. The unused solution can be stored indefinitely. 

 

Note: For use outside of the aquarium. Do not add citric acid or a citric acid solution directly to your aquarium. 

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Product Questions

I was wondering if I could use citric acid to clean a used tank. There would be no livestock and such . Just need a complete clean out . Would it be safe to silicone and pvc piping?thank you
Question by: Vuong Dinh on Dec 5, 2021, 11:13 AM
Thank you for your question. Yes, you can use citric acid to clean a used tank. We use citric acid as part of our process for cleaning the long term test tanks in our lab. It works very well to get the hard to reach places clean.
Answer by: William Glenn (BRS Staff) on Dec 15, 2021, 8:27 AM
Approximately how many cups are in your 6lb container?
Question by: Joseph Lahr on Nov 19, 2018, 12:39 AM
Thanks for asking! The 6 lb is in a gallon jar, which is 16 cups. Have a great day :)
Answer by: Chad on Nov 19, 2018, 5:22 PM
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