||Multipurpose battery-powered terrarium maintenance tool
||Effectively cleans gravel, removes algae
||Drain-less gravel cleaning or attaches to optional flexible tubing for water changes
Battery-powered cleaning convenience for aquatic reptile terrariums! Hose adapters attach to optional flexible tubing for power siphoning during water changes. Interchangeable attachments for effective gravel cleaning or algae removal from glass. Adjustable depth from 8" to 16". Uses two C batteries (not included).
Mr. Cleaner is a battery-powered multipurpose terrarium tool. It can be used as a drain-less gravel cleaning tool or as a siphon to drain or fill an aquatic reptile terrarium.
- Gravel Washer - Adjustable Gravel Washer enables you to clean terrarium gravel without disturbing reptiles, fish, or plants.
- Algae Scraper - Cleans hard-to-remove algae growth on glass surface. Attach Algae Scraper by first removing the Gravel Washer. Algae Scraper cleans glass surface of algae growth without scratching the glass.
- Debris Net - Fine mesh net collects uneaten food, reptile and fish waste, and other debris.
- Hose Adapter - Attaches to 1/2" flexible tubing (not included) for siphoning or refilling terrarium water.
- Hook Hanger - Allows supervised hands-free operation.
- Adjustable Intake - Extends to allow use up to a 16" maximum depth.
Instructions for Use:
For use in freshwater terrariums only. Press "One-Touch" Switch for operation. Detach Debris net and connect 1/2" flexible tubing to Hose Adapter and place Mr. Cleaner in terrarium to siphon water out. Suction needed to create a siphon can be done with a simple push of a button. To fill terrarium, simply reverse process. Place Mr. Cleaner in a bucket full of fresh dechlorinated replacement water and insert the end of the flexible tubing in the terrarium.
Uses two C batteries (not included). After use, drain water from Mr. Cleaner and store in a vertical position.
NOTE: DO NOT use the Algae Scraper Head on acrylic or plastic surfaces.
Should gravel become lodged in the Impeller, remove the Base of the unit by gently pulling down, then remove gravel or lodged particle.
DO NOT submerge unit beyond "Water Level" mark indicated on unit.