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API MelaFix Antibacterial Fish Remedy 8 oz.

API MelaFix Antibacterial Fish Remedy 8 oz.

Item #: 317163080115
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Aquarium Pharmaceuticals MelaFix Antibacterial Remedy for fresh and saltwater fish rapidly repairs damaged fins, ulcers and open wounds. It also promotes regrowth of damaged tissue and fins. MelaFix treats: fin & tail rot; open red sores; open body wounds; eye cloud, pop eye, body slime and mouth fungus. Treats 474 U.S. gallons. Shipping weight: 3/4 lb.
Active Ingredients:
Melaleuca 1%

Directions for use: Remove activated carbon from filter, if possible. Dose: Add 5 ml (1 tsp.) per 10 U.S. gallons of aquarium water. As a disease or wound treatment: Dose daily for 7 days. After 7 days, make a 25% water change. Treatment can be continued if necessary. When adding new fish or handling fish: Dose daily for 3 days.

* Ingredients and dosage listed are for informational purposes only and are subject to change by the manufacturer. Always refer to the manufacturer and actual product label/inserts for current ingredients, recommended dosage, precautions and warnings before use.

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By Christina
Great Stuff!
March 20, 2013
Bought an 8oz bottle of this along with an 8oz bottle of PimaFix here as well. Would have cost me $11 PER bottle at PetSmart but since I bought it here with PetGuys I paid LESS than $11 for BOTH bottles!! Really good to help heal fish and promote healthy eggs/fry also.
  • Very good for sick/injured fish and also prevents fungus and damage to eggs and fry!
  • nothing
By Angie J.
wright, wyoming
Great and easy to use product
January 8, 2012
Melafix along with the Primafix by the same company are my staples for either adding new fish to a tank or starting up a new tank. The standard is the fish get treated. Since doing this, I have loss less fish when adding them to my tanks.