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ProRep Coco Bedding Fine 10 litre

£5.99
€6.86
$8.48
$10.98
DKK51.08
NOK65.66
SEK69.91
$10.91
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ProRep Coco Bedding Fine 10 litre

Product Code: SPC710

ProRep Coco Bedding Fine 10 litre

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ProRep A moisture retaining substrate suitable for many species of reptile, amphibian and invertebrate.

A 100% natural versatile bedding made from the fibrous husk of the coconut, all species of amphibians, reptiles and invertebrates that require a humid environment will thrive on this safe and sustainable substrate.

Once removed from the coconut the fibrous husk is screened and then prepared for use by grinding to the appropriate size. This slightly acidic substrate contains high antibacterial properties and has a high percentage of lignin which will resist rotting, even under wet conditions.

Directions: Spread the substrate evenly over the bottom of the enclosure to a depth of 1-2? (2.5-5cm). Spot clean daily by removing soiled areas of substrate and replacing with fresh Coco Bedding. Coco Bedding can be used either on its own or as a mix with other substrates and can be used wet or dry. If extra humidity is required then moisten the Coco Bedding but avoid over wetting and making it waterlogged. As the Coco Bedding dries out it can be sprayed to maintain the required moisture level. The Coco Bedding should be replaced every two to three weeks or more frequently if it becomes heavily soiled.

When using with a heat mat: If you are using a heat mat under a substrate or glass tank the substrate depth must be NO greater than 1cm and the thermostat sensor should be positioned on the mat. Always refer to the heat mat manufacturer?s instructions for instruction of use, failure to do so may result in the heat mat overheating.