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Oop Boost

Oop Boost increases pH levels

OZONE oxygenation

Oop Boost increases pH by raising oxygen levels without increasing alkalinity

Relieves symptoms of low oxygen deprivation that include; reddened gills, gasping at surface, overworking mouth and gills, fungus, missing scales, shredded fins

Potential of hydrogen, pH measures oxygen and carbonate mineral (KH) value combined. In most cases of oxygen deprivation, KH value is at safe levels, however, oxygen levels are low due to enclosed tank or poor water movement. KH, and KH alone is responsible for alkalinity, giving water the ability to support the oxygen molecule. Some fish prefer water closer to the neutral zone or even acidic, but all fish and the environment they live in benefit from living in oxygenated water

Oop Boost oxygenates water instantly, improving the overall environment

Reverses pH crash by oxygenating water instantly

Discourages the formation of bad bacteria, fungus

Discourages the reproduction of external parasites

Learn how to oxygenate your fish house water by reading The Organic Fish

Safe for saltwater and freshwater fish

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Oop Boost does not eliminate chloramines
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Optimum temperature for treatment is 72f

If your fish is exhibiting symptoms of oxygen deprivation, push a pitcher deep into the water filling it. Pour it back in, and repeat process several times to remove Co2, a gas created by the waste your fish produce. Carbon dioxide takes up space, keeping oxygen from entering. If pH is still low, test KH value. Various types of freshwater fish require various pH levels. Search online to find information

Instructions for eliminating chlorine

Premix 1/2 ounce of solution (per 10 gallons of fish house water) in freshwater; mix well

Boost pH

First treatment: Begin by performing a 5% water change
(Use water treatment if chloramines are present)

Premix 1 ounce of solution (per 10 gallons of fish house water) in freshwater, and mix well

Add to fish house

Instructions for Ozone Therapy

First treatment: Begin by performing a 5% water change
(Use water treatment if chloramines are present)

Premix 1 ounce of solution (per 10 gallons of fish house water) in freshwater, and mix well

Add to fish house

Wait 6 to 8 hours before performing second treatment

Second treatment: Pull one gallon of fish house water, premix 1 ounce of solution (per 20 gallons of fish house water) in water, and mix well

Add to fish house

Third treatment: Pull one gallon of fish house water, premix 1 ounce of solution (per 40 gallons of fish house water) in water, and mix well

Add to fish house

Repeat entire treatment plan daily as needed until water is properly oxygenated

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