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Python No Spill Clean 'N Fill


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How to use a Python No Spill Clean 'N Fill How to use a Python No Spill Clean 'N Fill
Routine, partial water changes are essential for maintaining a clean and healthy aquarium. A partial water change is the process of removing up to 25% of the water in your aquarium and replacing it with clean, fresh water. Regular, routine water changes help remove waste
materials and reduce toxins. It also replenishes trace elements and increases the water's capacity to hold oxygen. Today, the best and easiest way to perform regular water changes is with a Python No Spill Clean 'N Fill. With this unique device, you can do the job better than ever, with less mess, and in a fraction of the time.

1. The included Python pump and adapter easily attach to most faucets. The Python uses your faucet's water pressure to create a strong siphon. This allows aquarium water to drain quickly and creates an efficient gravel vacuum.
2. The Python removes water and debris without stressing your fish or aggressively churning up the water.
3. The cleaning action is contained within an isolated chamber. Gravel is suctioned up and then tumbled back down. Waste material is loosened during the churning action inside the chamber and siphoned away to your sink drain.
4. Direct the cleaning chamber from one small area to the next. The ON/OFF valve offers precision control. Closing the inline valve and opening it when you get the next small area, you remove less water so you can clean more gravel. If all the gravel has not been cleaned by the time 25% of the water is removed, close the valve and continue where you left off on your next water change.
5. To transport freshwater to either your aquarium or a container for saltwater preparation, adjust the tap water temperature to match your aquarium temperature. Then flip the valve to fill. Remember to treat tap water to neutralize chlorine and other toxic elements.


Users of the Python have been ecstatic about its convenience.
Here's what Python users are saying:

"The Python is the best thing to hit the streets in 20 years. Using the Python is as simple as turning the water on and off! Just hook it up on your faucet and off you go. I can fill my 55 Gallon tank in less than 20 minutes, plus it cleans the bottom of my tanks with the greatest of ease. I STRONGLY recommend this to ALL aquarists!"
Dave Schwartz
Norwich, CT

"Before the Python, I lugged bucket after bucket back and forth from the bathroom to the fish tank. With the Python, cleaning and changing water has become a breeze."
Gordon Herbert
Phillipsburg, NJ

"It's amazing how fast I can change and fill my 30 gallon aquarium compared to before. Not to mention all the fish I've saved from reducing stress! I wish I knew about the Python when I first got my aquariums."
Victoria Vonb
Los Angeles, CA

"We have 3 large fish tanks, and just bought the Clean N Fill. I can't say enough good about it. It makes cleaning your tank so easy, and with no mess. REALLY great product!"
Mike McIntyre
[City Not Selected], VT

"By far, this is one of the best inventions ever!! It is so easy to use, quick, and convenient. I have no idea why I waited so long to get this. No more buckets!"
Patrick Sheldon
Loves Park, IL

"This is absolutely the greatest invention for aquariums EVER!!! I only wish I hadn't waited so long to get one!"
N. Milbury
[City Not Selected], NH

 

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