Reef-safe and erythromycin-free solution to restoring aquarium aesthetics. Ruby Reef SLIMINATOR water treatment eliminates unsightly slime caused by cyanobacteria. Contains no erythromycin and will not affect aquarium biofiltration. Safe for all aquarium fish (including scaleless fish), plants, corals. and invertebrates.
32 oz Ruby Reef SLIMINATOR treats 76 gallons.
Freshwater and Saltwater
Three Step Treatment Program
Turn OFF protein skimmer and UV sterilizer. Remove carbon filtration or any absorbent media (phosphate absorbents are okay).
Determine the total water volume including filtration system.
Beginning on Day 1, Add 3 ounces (90 ml) of SLIMINATOR for each 50 gallons (190 liters) of water. Repeat every other day (i.e. Days #3, #5, #7 . . .etc.) for at least two weeks or until slime has completely disappeared.
The SLIMINATOR water treatment strategy is effective in most applications within 12 to 15 days. Longer treatment periods are sometimes required in severe cases. SLIMINATOR slowly but steadily eliminates only the unwanted slime caused by cyanobacteria. Safe for all fish (including scaleless), plants, corals and invertebrates.
Will not affect biofiltration.
Safe when used in combination with RALLY or KICK-ICH but not recommended for use with other treatments, chemicals, or drugs.
Not for human or animal use or consumption. For hobby aquarium use only. Not for use in aquaculture or for production of commodities for human or animal consumption.
Ruby Reef was incorporated in 1998 after three years of product development, product stability and beta site testing, and market testing by Dr. Sam Grillo. Dr. Grillo, who has been a tropical fish hobbyist for over 40 years, brings to Ruby Reef extensive skills in disease management from his experience in the human biomedical field, agriculture and aquaculture, including three years as director of a core facility at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, and ten years of developing and testing diagnostics and treatments for both human and agricultural applications in the biotechnology industry. He also has extensive experience in disease management in commercial aquaculture in China and Southeast Asia.