Python Pro-Clean Gravel Washer & Siphon combined with the Python Squeeze Siphon Starter allows greater convenience and start up ease. Python Pro-Clean Squeeze Value Combo provides stress-free siphon start up and eliminates the need for "mouth priming" - no more sucking or accidentally getting a mouthful of aquarium water!
Python Pro-Clean Squeeze Value Combo from the makers of the No Spill Clean 'N Fill boasts USA made quality for years of reliable use. High-quality aquarium gravel washer separates and removes debris from aquarium gravel while performing routine water changes. Constructed with Python's high quality flexible tubing and unique gravel tube material that will not crack or chip. No assembly required and ready to use for convenient aquarium maintenance. 6 ft flexible tubing hose.
||2" diameter x 10" long
||aquariums up to 20 gallons
||2" diameter x 16" long
||20 to 55 gallon aquariums
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Important Note! Before you begin your water change, be sure you are using a bucket that has been selected for aquarium maintenance ONLY. Using a bucket that has had cleaning solutions or soap in it at ANYTIME can be fatal to your fish.
Place your CLEAN bucket near the aquarium and be sure the top of the bucket is below the bottom of the aquarium.
Insert the Hose and Gravel Tube into the aquarium water.
Place Python Squeeze over bucket, making sure the bulb of the Python Squeeze is below aquarium water level. Squeeze bulb until water starts flowing (1-2 times).
Immediately hold the Hose and Gravel Tube vertical and begin vacuuming the gravel using an up and down motion. Some gravel will rise into the Gravel Tube but will fall into place as the Gravel Tube is lifted. This process allows debris to separate from the gravel for easy removal.
Refill your aquarium by filling your bucket with water that matches the temperature of your tank. WARNING! Adding water that is too hot or too cold can harm or even be fatal to your fish.
NOTE: Remove 10% of the water from your aquarium AT LEAST ONCE per month. Larger water changes MAY be harmful to your aquarium. If excessive debris is left in the gravel after you have performed your water change, more frequent water changes (twice monthly) may be needed.