Freshwater Aquarium Additives
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Help and advice on shopping for: Freshwater Aquarium Additives
Maintain ideal water parameters for freshwater aquariums
At Swell UK, our selection of freshwater aquarium additives includes fundamental products including chlorine neutralizers, ammonia removers, and beneficial bacterial additives. Find top brands like Aqua Source, Dr Tim's and more all great for hobbyists pursuing freshwater planted aquariums.
What are freshwater aquarium additives?
Freshwater aquarium additives are designed to keep freshwater aquariums at their most healthy. We all love beautiful aquariums and any aquarist knows that the key to this is keeping the tank healthy, right down to the optimum chemical balances that allow fish to live and keep the water clean.
Why might I buy freshwater aquarium additives?
While the vast majority of fish diseases are triggered by stress, usually as a result of poor water conditions, there are times when your fish may become ill regardless of how much attention you have paid to their health and it's best to tackle this problem as soon as you notice any symptoms. These treatments should help them get swimming again.
What are the main types of freshwater aquarium additives?
Aquarium fish disease treatments are usually targeted at specific types of diseases, such as whitespot or fungus, so your first step is to accurately diagnose what disease your fish are suffering from. Once you’ve identified whether your fish are suffering from a parasitic infection, a crustacean infection, a bacterial infection, or a fungal infection, you can then select a treatment to tackle the problem.
What features to look out for?
It is important to know the volume of water in your aquarium so the correct amount of aquarium treatment can be added.
What accessories should I buy with freshwater aquarium additives?
Aquarium treatments and additives are needed for all types of aquariums, to maintain a healthy balance. Aquarium additives help keep balance, and this is why testing the aquarium water is so important, as it is the testing that will indicate what the water parameters are and allow you to make any adjustments with the appropriate additives when necessary.