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Manual Fish Tank Gravel Vacuum Cleaner

1.Designed by the siphon principle, efficiently separates debris from gravel and change water.
2.Water flow control: Adjustable valve, regulates the water flow rate, prevents water from spilling on the ground.
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- Color: Blue
- Material: PVC
-Dimension: about 2.63m/103.5”

- Two-in-one function: water change + sand washing.
- Simply squeeze the hand pump to create the siphon.
- Water flow control: A adjustable outlet valve to regulates the water flow rate, prevents water from spilling on the ground.
- Built-in Filter Net:
Place the filter of the fish tank gravel cleaner on to gravel to clean gravel bed while making a regular water change. Water will quickly flow through and the filter will separate gravel from debris. With this filter attached, prevent the fry, sand rocks, gravel, plants, and fish from being siphoned with water.
- It's easy and quick to complete the daily change of water in the aquarium, making the water change work simple and fun.

1.Insert the vacuum filter water inlet into the fish tank.
2.Put the water outlet into the bucket.
3.Open the regulating valve.
4.Gently squeeze the air chamber with your hand to create a siphon until the water automatically outflow. Then slightly lifting up so you don’ t remove fish tank gravel.
5.Lower the suction port to remove fish faeces and debris from the sand.

- Recommended minimum water level: 40cm.
- The inlet must be completely 100% submerged.
- When using, the horizontal position of the outlet must be lower than the inlet.(As the picture show)
- Too fine sand will be sucked away. Please control the flow of water when using.
- The valve lets you slow the speed of the water or shut it off altogether when you finished cleaning your gravel.

Frequently Asked Question:
If water cannot be sucked according to the correct use method, check whether the connecting pipes at both ends of the air chamber are loose and cause air leakage.
Average rating: 4.0
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