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ONEdersave Products LLC  
EcoBio-Block Products
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This page discusses the EcoBio-Block family of products that is sold by ONEdersave Products LLC. There are several products in this family: Blocks, Rocks. Pebbles, and Stones. Each product is made of the same materials in a different shape and color.
 
EcoBio-Rock is a member of the family of EcoBio-Block products.

 
The picture, just above, shows a EcoBio-Rock just like the ones in Tom and Nevin Bailey's aquariums.
 

We've had EcoBio-Rocks for several months, probably close to a year now, and in that entire time our aquariums have not had a single water quality issue. Our water quality is better than it was before we had EcoBio-Rocks.
 
We think the EcoBio-Rocks are in fact a safe haven for beneficial bacteria, where those bacteria can live and multiply into the aquarium to keep the water quality excellent.
 
The EcoBio-Rocks are made of mineral rich volcanic stone that slowly dissolve into the aquarium water to supply minerals that are vital to the beneficial bacteria and other living inhabitants of the aquarium.
 
We think that new aquariums and new aquarists will greatly benefit from these products, and even some very experienced aquarists, like us, will benefit too. We recommend all of the EcoBio-Rock family of products. Click here to go to ONEdersave's web site, where you can learn more and buy these products.

 
Pet Fish Talk, an MP3 PodCast, is a weekly internet talk show about keeping pet fish, such as tropical fish and goldfish, in aquariums, fish bowls, and ponds. The shows are hosted by the Bailey Brothers, Tom and Nevin, from 1 to 3 pm, Pacific Time, each Wednesday. Click on this image for more information.  
Click here to listen to an interview with Arline, a representative of ONEdersave, about the EcoBio-Block family of products, which keep aquarium water clear and clean.
   
Pet Fish Talk, an MP3 PodCast, is a weekly internet talk show about keeping pet fish, such as tropical fish and goldfish, in aquariums, fish bowls, and ponds. The shows are hosted by the Bailey Brothers, Tom and Nevin, from 1 to 3 pm, Pacific Time, each Wednesday. Click on this image for more information.  
Click here to listen to a Special Pet fish Talk show about Cyanobacteria and how the EcoBio-Block seems to solve this problem.
 
Click here now to go to the ONEdersave web site, where you can learn more and buy the EcoBio-Block family of products for your aquarium.
 
Gallery of Pictures
 
 
A Red Mickey Mouse Platy swims by a Eco-Bio Rock to take a close look at it.
 

 

 
The Zodiac Loach, shown in the pictures just above, likes to relax on this EcoBio-Block in one of Tom's aquariums. The water in this aquarium was never quite right, until Tom added this EcoBio-Block. since then the water has been extremely good. Click here for more about Zodiac Loaches.
 
 
Synodontis multipunctatus catfish at AquariumFish.net
 
Synodontis multipunctatus catfish at AquariumFish.net
 
Synodontis multipunctatus, shown above, whose ancestors lived in Lake Tanganyika in East Africa, but this fish was born and raised on a famous fish farm. About 3" in this photo and can grow to be about 11" in a large aquarium with good care. A very good aquarium fish. This catfish also endorses Eco-Bio Block products!  ;^ }
 
 
   
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