Guidelines: Flowrate (L/H) of filter need to be about 4 – 6 times of total water in aquarium. For example, a 60 litre aquarium needs to have a filter with 240L/H – 360L/H flowrate.
Step 2: Adding beneficial bacteria every week
Adding beneficial bacteria helps to break down waste biologically through the process referred as nitrogen cycle. it break down from highly toxic ammonia (NH4) to nitrite (NO2) to the least harmful nitrate (NO3).
Adding once every week will help to keep ammonia and nitrite at zero level. Most importantly, it prevents any sudden increase of ammonia in the water that will kill you fishes.
Although nitrate (NO3) is the least harmful in the nitrogen cycle, it is still harmful to fishes when accumulated to a high level. We need to keep nitrates at a low level.
ANS Clearmax removes nitrates in the water effectively, keeping nitrate at a low level. It also removes toxins and ammonia, improving water quality and restores crystal clear water. Hence, reduce need of water change and tank maintenance.