Atlantic ReClaim Natural Sludge Remover Atlantic ReClaim Natural Sludge Remover ReClaim tablets quickly go to work removing the build-up of dead algae, decomposing leaves, and fish waste that accumulate as sludge on the bottom of ponds and streams. Used regularly, ReClaim tablets will reduce the frequency of pond cleanouts and o
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Atlantic ReClaim Natural Sludge Remover

Atlantic ReClaim Natural Sludge Remover
Atlantic ReClaim Natural Sludge Remover

ReClaim tablets quickly go to work removing the build-up of dead algae, decomposing leaves, and fish waste that accumulate as sludge on the bottom of ponds and streams. Used regularly, ReClaim tablets will reduce the frequency of pond cleanouts and overall pond maintenance.

  • Tablets remove organic sludge from the bottom of ponds and streams
  • Especially useful in gravel bottom ponds
  • Apply tablets bi-weekly for best results
Application Rate: Apply 2 tablets for every 100 sq ft every 2 weeks. For ponds with heavy sludge buildup apply ReClaim at the prescribed rate once a week until desired results are achieved. 

For Best Results:  Apply ReClaim tablets at the prescribed rate directly to sludge buildup. Use supplemental aeration to enhance biological activity. Optimal Water Condition: pH: 6.5-8.5, Temperature: 50F or above.

Atlantic ReClaim Natural Sludge Remover

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24 - ½ oz tablets
1,200 square feet
48 - ½ oz tablets
2,400 square feet
72 - ½ oz tablets
3,600 square feet
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