PURE Pond Bomb has been voted POND PRODUCT OF THE YEAR 2016 by readers' of Practical Fishkeeping Magazine once again.
PURE Pond Bomb is a fast acting, concentrated version of the Award Winning PURE POND. PURE Pond Bomb is ideal for use in Koi ponds, ornamental ponds, self contained water features or ponds which do not have conventional filtration, to achieve crystal clear, healthy water.
Inside the PURE Pond Bomb there is a unique combination of friendly bacteria and enzymes, which get to work as soon as the Bomb hits the water to clean up organic waste and break down the ammonia and nitrite, leaving your pond crystal clear and healthy.
One PURE Pond Bomb is effective on ponds up to 20,000 litres. Simply drop the PURE Pond Bomb into your pond filter or directly into the water as and when necessary. The bacteria and enzymes will react to the biological issues with in your pond. You cannot overdose with the PURE Pond Bomb.
When starting up a new filter, simply drop the PURE Pond Bomb into the biological stage of your filter. The high concentration of bacteria will help to remove the harmful ammonia and nitrite, allowing the filter media to mature.
Please note PURE POND BOMB is not intended to clear green water. An appropriate UVC is recommended to clear green water.
HOW IT WORKS
- High concentration of bacteria and enzymes delivered in one gel-like ball
- Ideal for emergency use in ponds
- Quickly restores biological equilibrium
- Boosts clarity of water
- Breaks down ammonia and nitrite
- Cleans up organic waste
- Works well with or without conventional filters
1 Pure Pond Bomb Ball treats up to 20,000 litre, you cannot overdose with Pure Pond Bomb
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Placed item in pond on day of receipt (13 Mar) but, as yet, no sign that the bacteria are doing anything. Might have to wait several days to find out if it is working - pity no information provided about this fact. Given rating as 3 as know email will not be sent without a number. The number though is meaningless! Why the need for Code?