- Product Dimensions: 11.4 x 11.7 x 18.8 cm ; 77.1 g
- Item model number: A244A1
- ASIN: B001D070N6
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 8 September 2014
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #18,880 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
Fluval Fine Filter Water Polishing Pad for 304/305/404/405 Models - 6-Pack
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Description for Fluval Fine Filter Water Polishing Pad for 304/305/404/405 Models - 6-Pack
Fluval Water Polishing Pads are uniquely designed to fit Fluval Canister Filters. These extra thick micro-fine polyester pads effectively trap micro particles and debris as water passes through. Fluva
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Bio foam in the bottom bin, Seachem bio matrix media in the second bin, fine filter water polishing pads in the top bin on the bottom with the carbon on top of the fine polishing pad on side and Seachem purigen on the other side on top of the other water polishing pad. I have found that this works the best for me.
It is a good product and i always put them in my cann filter now.
Just remember there is different types of cloudy water that this might not be great at like algae and bacterial blooms. algae being green water and bacterial bloom looking sort of milky.
These water polishing pads do help get rid of tannins as well but i recommend using Seachem Purigen while using these pads for the best results.
Some may say that using standard aquarium floss or knock-off polishing pads are equivalent to those produced by Fluval, but I've not had that experience. These are sized and shaped specifically to fit in the filter, and water flowing through the unit does not push them to the side or bypass the floss. The Fluval products are definitely more expensive, but in my case, the fact that they work well consistently makes it worthwhile to spend a little extra.
One note - depending on your number of fish and size of your tank, you need to find a way to get some oxygen into your water. I did this by trimming the inbound supply so it disturbs the water a bit. Otherwise, you are missing the natural movement you get from the regular/waterfall filters.