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Clarity is the ultimate clarifier for both fresh and saltwater. It employs an advanced polymeric flocculating agent that is both reef and plant safe. Clarity contains both precipitating and flocculating agents in the same bottle, enabling all types of cloudiness to be removed in one dose. Clarify will clear all types of clouding including, but not limited to, chemical clouding and particulate clouding (i.e. stirred up gravel bed).
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    • MBP says... Works very well, especially after you move a plant or something and stir up the gravel, takes a little bit longer than two hrs, but that's likely due to the low flow rate of my filter. I'm sure if i had a high volume/flow filter it would work much quicker, so just be a little bit patient with low rate filter (say 4hrs and you should start seeing results) Other than that, works a treat. Can't blame the product for my slow filter. You can actually see the particles get bigger about 2hrs after application, and it's removed particle film on top of the water too. Only need a very small amount so small bottle should last a while unless you have 150L+ tank. Does what it says, a good product.

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