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Pond Filter

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Uploaded on Nov 10, 2010

Here is a video on the pond filter that I use. It cost $31.00 at walmart. This works well outside being that it uses something that looks like a power head or the motor.The motor is on the inside of the filter, where as my wisper filter that are in my house tanks uses a motor that is on the outside. This filter is really POOR MADE, and I wrote a letter to treta and walmart telling them how to correct all the issues. The lid is sucks and it falls apart easy, with that said if you baby it ( $30) is really worth it to simly have a low cost filter on your little pond. Suggestion: 1) clean the pond using the same method that I use on my fish tank with the gravel cleaner that hooks up to your outside faucet. 2) remove 25% of the water once every two weeks 3) FEED ONCE A DAY AND FAST ( NO FOOD) on SUNDAYS 4) change the filter pads ( cost $1) once every other week 5) bleach the plants and big rock with bleach and wash off once a month. Landscaping will hide the filter. If TETRA would take some of my suggestions being that I have been in the FISH business for 22 YEARS they could have a GREAT product for pond that would provide a low cost filter for people that have little ponds... BUT AT THIS TIME THIS BABY WILL DO THE TRICK ... Hope this helps all you out there.. I LOVE IT... NEVER GREEN WATER AND the fish are 5 years old now. Two of them are over 12 inchs BIG...

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