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PimaFix




PimaFix


All-Natural formula rapidly treats fungal infections on body and fins of pond fish. Also treats internal and external bacterial infections. PimaFix has been formulated to work in combination with MelaFix to enhance effectiveness against fish diseases.


Use MelaFix and PimaFix together for an unbeatable ONE-TWO PUNCH!


PimaFix 16 oz. Size Treats 2400 gallons.

~Price $17.99



  • Safe for aquatic plants
  • Will not adversely affect the biological filters, alter the pH , or discolor water
  • 16 oz bottle treats up to 2400 gallons.


PimaFix 16 oz. Size Treats 2400 gal

~Price $17.99




PimaFix 64 oz Size

~Price $49.99




Purpose and Benefits:


Pond Care PimaFix is an all-natural medication derived from the leaves of Pimenta racemosa, the scientific name for the West Indian Bay Tree. PimaFix has powerful antifungal and antibacterial properties due to the multiple natural active compounds in PimaFix.

Disease-causing organisms are present in all ponds. Any time a physical abrasion damages fish tissue, fungal and bacterial pathogens seize the opportunity to infect the fish. Shipping, catching, and poor water quality also weaken the fishs immune system, permitting disease problems to occur. Skin and fin abrasions are an unavoidable part of fish keeping. Therefore the potential for disease problems occur with every new fish arrival, whether it is at the hatchery, fish wholesaler, pond shop, or in the pond.

Fungal infections can be seen as white fuzzy growth on the mouth, skin, and fins. PimaFix will stop the fungus and promote healing of damaged tissue. Bacterial infections appear as ulcers, ragged fins, and bloating. PimaFix treats internal and external bacterial infections in goldfish and Koi.


Directions for Use:


Shake well before using. Remove activated carbon and turn off UV and ozone-producing units during treatment period.

Add two teaspoonfuls (10 ml) of PimaFix for every 50 U.S. gallons (190 L) or 1/4 cup (60 ml) for every 300 U.S. gallons (1,135 L) of pond water. Repeat dose daily for seven days. Treatment may be continued if necessary.

Note: A slight foaming may occur during the treatment. When exposed to elevated temperatures this product may turn cloudy in the bottle. This does not affect the activity of the product.


Compatibility:


PimaFix can we used with any Pond Care water conditioning products including Stress Coat, Ammo-Lock, and Chlorine and Heavy Metal Neutralizer. PimaFix does not interfere with water quality test kits. PimaFix can be used with pond salt and formalin-based anti-parasitic treatments. PimaFix can be used in ornamental ponds, water gardens, aquariums, and fish holding tanks containing goldfish, koi, live plants, snails, tadpoles and frogs. A slight foaming at the water surface may occur during treatment with PimaFix. When exposed to elevated temperatures, PimaFix may turn cloudy in the bottle. This is normal and will not affect the activity of the product.


Frequently Asked Questions


Will PimaFix discolor the water?
No. Pimafix is colorless.

Pets and wildlife visit my pond. Can I use PimaFix?
Yes.

Can PimaFix be used in water gardens containing live plants?
Yes.

After I added PimaFix I saw some foam on the pond. Is this normal?
Yes. A slight foaming may be seen in ponds with surface agitation from a fountain or waterfall. It is harmless and will dissipate naturally.



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