What if the synthetic adsorbent media granules fell into the fish tank?

A synthetic adsorbent is not an ion exchange media but is a polymer that is used to remove organic wastes and impurities. As it has a macro reticular surface, it is highly effective in organic waste removal from the aquarium and pond waters. The application of OZPOLISH Purity, as the synthetic adsorbent, has shown unmatched clarity in the fish tank water. The synthetic adsorbents are not known to cause harm to fish or any other aquatic life. Though at times it reduces the nitrogenous level to the extent that could cause the plants nitrogen deficient. In general, if the OZPOLISH Purity is spilled over the tank substrate, the best could be done is to siphon it out.

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