Stay dry while performing a variety of chores in and around your pond. Coralife Aqua Tongs for Pond Maintenance is a must-have tool that gives you extra extension when accessing hard-to-reach areas of your pond or water garden. Squeezing and releasing the handle opens and closes the clamps for simple operation. Angled clamp allows a wide range of motion for delicate, precision control or a powerful secure grip!
Lightweight and rugged Coralife Aqua Tongs for Pond Maintenance are made with rust and corrosion-resistant materials for a lifetime of use. Keep your hands dry and out of the water when reaching for fallen debris, repositioning potted pond plants, moving rock work or any task requiring greater dexterity than a net or rake.
|Small Aqua Tongs
||23-1/2" x 5-1/2" x 5-3/4" high
|Medium Aqua Tongs
||29-1/2" x 5-1/2" x 5-3/4" high
|Large Aqua Tongs
||35-1/2" x 5-1/2" x 5-3/4" high
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Keep Your Pond Upkeep Simple
Make pond maintenance easier for yourself by remembering a simple acronym: SOD, which stands for Schedule, Organize, and Divide.
Set aside a specific period of time devoted to maintenance. Create a special "pond" calendar and mark when you need to replace chemical and mechanical media. Other scheduled maintenance tasks can include checking filter, pump, and UV clarifier operation, testing water parameters, trimming and fertilizing your pond plants as well as renewing mosquito control products.
Keep an inventory of current pond maintenance products. Basic pond products to have on hand include nets, tongs, gloves, pruning tools, water conditioners, fertilizer for plants, algae control products, and filter media. Use this list to create a "wish list." Include products you need as well as new timesaving products you wish you had last year. Consider different sizes of nets, chest waders, or even a pond vacuum. Remember to locate these products in one dedicated area so you'll have everything you need when you need it.
Keep your maintenance projects simple and realistic. You will be more successful by dividing larger projects into several manageable projects. Smaller, frequent upkeep is less stressful for you and is healthier for your pond inhabitants. For example, accumulated debris is cumbersome and messy to remove. However, by removing debris as it makes its way into your pond, you keep maintenance simple and help maintain optimum filter performance and water quality.
Remember - simple is efficient. When you keep pond care easy, you have a healthier pond and more time to enjoy it.