Mr Aqua Aquarium Soil

Mr Aqua Aquarium Soil - Seven Fishes

Mr Aqua Aquarium Soil

Mr Aqua Aquarium Soil (8Litres) 

Mr Aqua Aquarium Soil is made using soil from Japan, and fired in a kiln with other elements to create a solid element rich soil.
Each batch is created to retain it's shape longer without breaking down, and will last 8 to 12 months in your aquarium water till it needs to be replaced.

Mr Aqua AQUARIUM SOIL is the ideal substrate for plants, many varieties of ornamental shrimps and fish that prefer weak acidic and soft water environments by decreasing pH levels and water hardness. The soil is formulated to keep your pH at a level between 6.0-6.5

With its porous and granular structure and excellent filtering power it assists to decolourise the colour from driftwood tannins and to absorb substances from the water in-turn maintains clear water for a long period of time.

Once the soil is added to the aquarium the water will start to clear within 30-60 minutes if adequate filtration is available.

* Made In Japan *
  • Courier Service Selections are provided at the end of check-out.

  • For WA Customers, please select Toll Priority for Live Fish orders.

  • In the unfortunate event of a DOA, please message us on with a video in an unopened bag and corpse within water for us to process the claim.

  • Postage costs are not refundable. 

  • Ensure you arrange to receive the package. Deaths resultant from leaving the package unattended for an extended period of time will not be refunded. 

  • Please be aware that marble variety bettas (i.e. Koi, Grizzle, Fancy, etc.) can change pattern and colour during transit as well as over time. We cannot guarantee the pattern will remain the same throughout its lifetime. 

  • Fin nipping during transit is an occurrence that can happen during postage. Please understand this is a risk with long-finned varieties.

  • If there are any issues, please contact us on the day of arrival with images.

  • For more information on shipping policies, please click here.

Mr Aqua Aquarium Soil