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Discus Protector - Quick Quarentine

Discus Protector - Quick Quarentine

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Discusfood Discus Protector - Quick Quarentine

Effect of Discus  Protector!
DISCUS PROTECTOR by DISCUSFOOD can be used to disinfect new fish of external origin. This process can prevent the risk of transferring pathogenic bacteria from different eco systems into your aquaria.  Mixing fish from different origins, may cause problems but, if used correctly, FISH PROTECTOR could prevent those difficulties in about 95% of all cases. Ensuring your aquaria is protected against harmful bacteria.
What is Fish Protector?
Fish Protector by Discusfood is a carefully balanced mixture of high-quality anti-bacterial acting substances, which are imbedded in a natural carrier substance.
How to use Fish Protector!
Dissolve the entire content of one package in an external container containing water. The new arrivals must be bathed BEFORE they come into contact with the old fish population. Fish Protector acts preventively. Do not use on crustaceans and other invertebrates.


Our product Discus Protector contains the same high-quality ingredients as Fish Protector. It is made for use in 10 liters of water. Follow the link to learn more.
Fish Protector – quick quarantine

Q: May I divide the content and dissolve it in smaller bulks?
A: NO, never. The complete content must be dissolved at one time and is intended for one single use!
Q: Why does the entire content have to be dissolved in 10 liters of water?
A: Discus Protector consists of a wide range of components that are exactly matched to each other. Some of these high-quality ingredients are present in very low quantity. A division of the contents leads to dangerous shifts of the total active ingredients!
Q: How does Discus Protector operate?
A: Discus Protector acts antiseptically and cell-destroying. The plasmids of bacteria will be destroyed by the osmotic effect.