Dr. Tim's Aquatics Waste-Away Natural Aquarium Cleaner for Reef Aquariums

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Dr. Tim's Aquatics Waste-Away Natural Aquarium Cleaner for Reef Aquariums helps keep your aquarium clean with crystal-clear water. Using novel, sludge-busting, beneficial bacteria, it naturally dissolves sludge and dirt that accumulates in an aquarium and prevents the build-up of waste when used on a regular, weekly basis. Waste-Away is fast acting and specially formulated to remove aquarium gunk, unclog gravel and coral beds, and keep filter pads freely flowing longer. This results in better water flow, more oxygen, and a healthier aquarium environment.

Key Benefits
  • Unclogs and cleans gravel beds and removes gunky & hidden wastes
  • Helps skimmers work better and last longer
  • Prevents waste build-up and dissolves sludge
  • 100% natural solution without phosphates and safe for all reef tanks
  • Creates better water flow, more oxygen and a healthier aquarium environment

Special Note

  • 8-oz bottle treats up to 240 gallons.
  • 16-oz bottle treats up to 480 gallons.
  • 960-oz bottle treats up to 960 gallons.

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100% Natural, novel Bacteria mixture


Minimum dose 10 ml per 10 gallons of aquarium water. Shake well before using. Caution: When using in a tank with a large amount of sludge consider a half dose initially as the sludge reducing bacteria in Waste-Away may cause the oxygen level in the water to temporarily drop.

Treats 240 gallons (908 liters) of aquarium water.

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  • This got rid of my cyanobacteria problem.

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    I had cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) growing all in my tank, but this got the job done! : )

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