///F-90 Fresh Premium Aquarium Cabinet, Natural Oak

F-90 Fresh Premium Aquarium Cabinet, Natural Oak

SKU: 15112 | UPC: 015561151122
Format: 90 L x 35 W x 85 H cm (35.4 L x 13.8 W x 35 H")
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This elegantly designed Fluval Fresh Aquarium Cabinet will make an attractive addition to your home or office. The cabinet is made of a high-quality laminated wood with two-tone doors. All hardware can be neatly concealed in the cabinet so that you can enjoy an aesthetically pleasing experience. Ideal for use with the Fluval Fresh Aquarium F-90 (15111).

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Ideal for use with the Fluval Fresh Aquarium F-90 (15111).
Cabinet dimensions (L x W x H): 90 x 35 x 85 cm (35.4 x 13.8 x 35 in).
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My aquarium water is full of organic waste (dead leaves, fish excrement, uneaten food, etc.). How can I get rid of them?

My aquarium water is cloudy. What are the various types of ways I can clear it?

Do you offer any water care products to help clear up a cloudy aquarium?

How can I fix the most common aquarium water issues?

How do you prevent algae growth?

Is it true that tap water can be harmful to fish?

Can I increase the lighting for my Premium LED Aquarium Kit?

You can remove the original light unit and simply place an Aquasky or Plant Spectrum Bluetooth LED on the edge of the tank itself.

How do you clean an aquarium?

How do I remove algae in my aquarium that may be accumulating on the inside glass surface?

Whether it is visible or not, algae removal needs to be a regular weekly maintenance task. This is performed simply by going over the inner glass surface with a pad or an aquarium magnet, such as the Fluval Razor+ 2-in-1 Algae Magnet (#11083 & #11084).

This is my first aquarium. Do you have any general decorating tips?

How do I know what substrate is best for my aquarium?

This is my first aquarium. Do you have any general decorating tips?

How do you cycle an aquarium?

My aquarium is bowing – should I be concerned?

No, it’s normal for large aquariums to bow slightly.

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