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Hikari BiFuran+ Multi-Purpose Treatment

Hikari

Regular price $4.99

The Worlds First Aquatic Treatment For Microbial Bacteria & Protozoan Diseases That Targets The Infected Areas & Includes A Skin-Slime Replacer To Speed Recovery!

BiFuran+ is a powdered formula that was developed to offer the hobbyist an effective way to treat microbial bacterial and protozoan diseases suffered by their pond, freshwater or marine fishes. This revolutionary, extremely safe and super effective product offers you benefits no other similar medication can!

KEY BENEFITS

  • Powerful Combination Of Proven Ingredients (nitrofurazone and furazolidone)
  • Highly Effective
  • Targets The Infected Areas
  • Can Be Used As A Bath, Dip Or With Food
  • Slime-Coat Replacer
  • Helps Speed Recovery
  • Extremely Safe

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

As A Bath: As a bath treatment for external nitrofuran-susceptible, microbial diseases of marine and freshwater aquarium and pond fishes, use 1 capful (~9.7g) per 10 gallons of water. A partial or complete water change should be made just prior to beginning treatment and every 24 hours thereafter, followed by re-treatment. Repeat the treatment every 24 hours for 5 to 7 days or until complete cessation of mortalities occurs. If improvement is not noted within three (3) days, discontinue treatment and consider other therapy.

Short-Term Dip For Marine Fishes: Mix the proper amount of BiFuran+ into a container of conditioned freshwater and place the diseased fishes into the container with gentle aeration. Allow the fishes to remain in this dip treatment until they can no longer remain upright or show other signs of osmotic stress (typically no longer than 1 minute). After treatment return the treated fishes to normal seawater for recovery. Repeat daily as needed.

Oral Treatment For Fish: For systemic (internal) infections, Bifuran+ can be fed mixed with fish food.

Ingredients: nitrofurazone and furazolidone (active ingredients); sodium chloride, synthetic polymers and a chelating agent.