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Seachem Laboratories Reef Dip - 250mL

Seachem Laboratories Reef Dip - 250mL

$11.94 


Item #: SC1571

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SeaChem Reef Dip™ contains elemental iodine complexed to a protective slime coat for safely and gently disinfecting corals. It is effective against bacteria, fungus, and protozoans. It may be used prophylactically (without evidence of disease) or to remedy deseased specimens. It is safe to use with both stony and soft corals. It is also safe for anemones and polyps. A 250 mL bottle makes 200 L (50 gallons) of dip solution.

Reef Dip™ provides a protective slime coat complex that covers the coral, holding the iodine in contact with the infected site for extended periods of time. In addition, the slime coat prevents infection from re-rentering the site.

Directions for use:
Do not use in the aquarium. Use in a separate container. Remove 4 L (1 US gallon) of water from the source aquarium to a container suitable for dipping. Add 5–10 mL (1–2 capfuls) of Reef Dip™ and mix. Place coral specimen in dip for 15–30 minutes, depending on severity of problem. In very severe cases, a double dose may be used. With clear and accessible lesions, dip concentrate may be painted on lesions directly before placing in dip. Observe animals during treatment for evidence of adverse reactions such as excessive sliming.

Manufacturer information

Seachem
Seachem Laboratories, Inc. was established in 1980 by Dr. Leo G. Morin. Seachem moved into a state of the art 110,000 square foot facility in Madison, Georgia marking their 25th anniversary in the industry in 2005. This facility includes production and research laboratories, manufacturing, inventory, shipping, and office space.

5 Stars


dinoman

Reviewed on
March 25, 2019

Yes, I would recommend this.

Good Dip

This is a noce iodine dip that really helped saving my acans and my fingler leather from some sort of bacterial infection

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b

Reviewed on
March 19, 2012

Yes, I would recommend this.

Helped save Acans

I used this in conjunction with Revive so I can't give all of the praise to this product. However, after the reef dip which is iodine based was used, I did not see much change in coloration or tissue extension in some badly anemic acans (3 colonies). I knew I had some sort of parasite or bacteria that was attacking the corals which is why I took the two-prong approach of Reef Dip and Revive. I saw noted tissue acceleration and regeneration after using the Reef Dip and the Revive. After weeks of degrading, the acans are now accepting food again. Worth the money I spent to save $100 worth of acans. Thanks to the forums and Customer Service for bringing light to this product.

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chrissy

Reviewed on
March 30, 2011

Yes, I would recommend this.

Seachem Reef Dip

GREAT STUFF! If you have a reef tank, you need this dip. I have finally gotten rid of all my unwanted pests and plan to dip every coral I buy in this dip from this point forward. I learned my lesson the hard way. Dip your corals before placing them in your reef tank.

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paul t

Reviewed on
August 02, 2010

Yes, I would recommend this.

Seachem Reef Dip

I love this stuff, and swear by it, over 60 corals in my tank, all treated with Seachem Reef Dip, and no pests to date.

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