6-in-1 Multi-Test Kit

Product No. ML90662

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Marineland® 6-in-1 Multi-Test Kit provides a valuable tool to monitor and ensure aquarium water chemistry is safe for your fish. The kit has a one strip test for: Nitrate, Nitrite, Hardness, Chlorine, Alkalinity and pH.
  • Just dip and read for fast accurate results
  • Medical and scientific quality
  • For freshwater and saltwater aquariums

Available in 10 ct package.

For best results, test results should be read in a well lit area.
  1. Remove one test strip from bottle and replace cap tightly.
  2. Hold strip at end with no pads. Dip strip (all pads) into aquarium water and remove immediately.
  3. Do not shake excess water from strip.
  4. Hold strip level to allow colors to develop. At 30 seconds, compare pH, Alkalinity, Hardness and Nitrite pads to freshwater or saltwater color charts on bottle.
  5. At 60 seconds, compare Nitrate pad to color charts provided.
  6. Record results and dispose of test strip.
IMPORTANT: Keep cap on tight between uses. Store at room temperature. Do not expose to moisture. Do not remove drying agent from bottle as test results may not be accurate over time.
Tests for fresh and saltwater aquariums
pH is the measure of acidity or alkalinity in water, check weekly.
Alkalinity (Buffering Capacity) determines the ability to maintain a constant pH in the aquarium. The ideal level for freshwater aquariums is 120 - 180 ppm, for saltwater aquariums 180 - 300 ppm.
Hardness is the measure of calcium and magnesium in the water. Most freshwater aquarium fish and plants prefer a hardness level of 50 - 150 ppm. Note: the total hardness pad is not used for saltwater tank readings.
Nitrite is a waste product produced by bacteria in the biological filter as it breaks down ammonia. Levels should be kept below .5 ppm and should be tested weekly. Nitrate is the byproduct of nitrifying bacteria in the biological filter breaking down ammonia and nitrite. Levels should be kept below 40 ppm and should be tested weekly.

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