Felt Filter Sock 7 x 16in With Draw String



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100 Micron Polyester Filter Sock W/Draw String

Thick floss material ideal for removing small particles. Draw string easily attaches directly to plumbing.  
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Filter Sock Filter Felt with Draw String

Filter socks serve to be a successful first step of an aquarium's filtration process and should be set up so that water that flows from the tank flows through the filter sock, first taking out non-eaten food, detritus organic matter, dirt, and other tiny particles from the water of the aquarium. This can dramatically improve the quality of water and decrease maintenance of pumps, less cleaning of the sump and less impact on biological filtration through eliminating the debris that otherwise breaks down within the system. The regular use and rotation of the filter socks can help to reduce the amount of ammonia and prevent nitrate producing organic waste from building up"  
0.2 lbs
16 × 11 × 0.5 in


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