Red Sea Coral Colors C (Iron/Trace) - 500 mL

500 mL of Red Sea Coral Colors C
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Red Sea Coral Colors C (Iron/Trace) - 500 mL

78% Recommend this to a friend (7 of 9)

SKU: 207449

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Red Sea Coral Colors C contains iron and complementary trace element complex to help promote the green colors in corals.

1 mL will raise the Iron level of 25 gallons (100 liters) by 0.02ppm.

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Through extensive research, Red Sea has idenitified 31 trace and minor elements that help make up the skeleton and soft tissue of corals. These elements are essential to the proper coloration of SPS corals. Red Sea has divided these elements into four groups which make up there Red Sea Coral Colors.

  • Red Sea Coral Colors A (Iodine/Halogens) - promotes pink colors
  • Red Sea Coral Colors B (Potassium) - promotes red colors
  • Red Sea Coral Colors C (Iron/Complementary Trace Elements) - promotes green colors
  • Red Sea Coral Colors D (Trace Element Complex) - promotes purple/blue colors


9 Items

  • Watery iron, never purchase By Bob on 8/15/2017

    This product, even being aggressive about dosing would never bring my iron levels up properly, KZ iron concentrate has been the replacement with night and day differences.
  • Great product By Luke Schnabel on 4/20/2017

    I've used this product for a few months now. I noticed a huge growth difference in my refugium. I have to pull half my chaeto one a month now. I have not notcied too much of a color change on my coral, the greens may be a little more vivid. Defiantly makes your macro algae explode with growth though.
    Also I just bought two new bottles of this. When I opened the first bottle to dose there was a lot of algae looking stuff floating on the top. I shook for a solid 2 min and it was still there. Called BRS and they are sending out two new bottles no questions asked! A+ Support.
    Only thing that could be better is larger bottles for larger tanks.
  • Great product By Impreza04 on 1/18/2017

    This is really great product . Four stars only because there is no 1 L or 2 L bottles .
    Overall product is great it does what it says .
  • A Must Have! By Matt on 1/10/2017

    I have used many products that claim a lot of things with little results. I use Reef Energy A and B along with Reef Colors A,B,C & D. I have seen the best growth, color and overall better health for my aquarium since using. I would highly recommend!
  • It does what it says By William on 9/5/2016

    I feel like most people use KZ when it comes to trace elements, and color enhancement. For a small tank, this stuff would work great; but as in the aforementioned review by Michael, it's not for a large well stocked tank. It does make the coral colors stand out, but for me, I would have to dose a lot of this stuff
  • Great By Sam on 10/19/2014

    Great stuff if you wanna see corals grow
  • i believe in red sea By jeffyhound on 5/17/2014

    I started using red sea products a little over two years ago. My reef has done well on them. I dose the energy and colors and use their salt. My reef is vibrant and healthy, and I credit the red sea program for helping keep it that way.
  • Concentration was too low for me... By Michael on 2/15/2014

    I used this along with the Red Sea Coral Colors Test Kit. This stuff did raise my iron to the right level, but in order to maintain that level I had to add 35ml of this stuff every day! I would be going through two bottles of this a month. That's ridiculous. I only have a medium stocked 150 gallon sps tank. The KZ iron supplement worked better for my needs.
  • good By Joe on 4/23/2013

    I use this with my BRS two part to add trace elements. Conversion is pretty easy to calculate


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