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Hi All,

PURGE and EXPEL are in stock.

Additional instructions for dosing PURGE:

Remove filter socks
Leave protein skimmer running, but remove collection cup for a minimum of 48 hours after each dose. This applies to in sump skimmers only.
If external protein skimmer, shut off for a minimum of 48 hours after each dose.
Test alk daily to ensure no alk fluctuations.
1st and 3rd dose can be combined into one single dose.
 
For more info:

https://www.reef2reef.com/threads/breaking-news-we-have-officially-eradicated-aefws-with-a-100-reef-safe-in-tank-treatment.420443/

https://www.reef2reef.com/threads/expel-coral-dip-review.442414/

 

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Do refer to our Facebook Page : Iwarna Aquafarm

Pictures are uploaded there for new shipments. Thank you.

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*We have strict reservation policies for livestock, please refer to our sponsor forum for more information.

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Hi, the price for the 16oz Purge is $84 and 8oz Expel is $47.

Cheers, 

Aquarium Iwarna

Do refer to our Facebook Page : Iwarna Aquafarm

Pictures are uploaded there for new shipments. Thank you.

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*We have strict reservation policies for livestock, please refer to our sponsor forum for more information.

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