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Cut Your Own Filters

  • The Pond Guy® Filter Media Pad - 1 Thick - By The Foot

    5.0

    (27 reviews)

    …media. Cutting your own filter pads can save you up to 80% compared to buying a pre-cut size designed for your filtration system. Choose your length of 1 thick 28 wide Filter Media up to 10 feet! This filter pad can be cut using a bread knife or heavy-duty pair of scissors. Use your old filter pad…
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    $13.99 - 69.99
  • The Pond Guy® Filter Media Pad - 2 Thick White - By The Foot

    4.8

    (66 reviews)

    …to cut this filter pad with a simple bread knife or a heavy-duty pair of scissors makes this filter media pad extremely popular. Cutting your own filter pads can save you up to 80% compared to buying a pre-cut size designed for your filtration system. Choose your length of 2 thick 28 wide Filter
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    $14.99 - 53.99
  • …Matala Filter Media Pads are specially coated to increase durability. Cutting your own filter pads can save you up to 80% compared to buying a pre-cut size designed for your filtration system. The filter pads we offer can be cut using a bread knife or heavy-duty pair of scissors. Use your old filter
    …soil off the mass with your hose and trim any dead foliage. * Divide the root mass depending on the type of root system. For plants with clumping roots like corkscrew rush separate the roots into sections with some roots intact in each section. Dwarf cattails have runners so cut the runner and leave…
    …that if you are using organic material for fish habitat in your pond it will decompose and eventually turn into muck. Proactively remove any decomposing material to reduce muck.Next StepsNow you're ready to add fish structures to your own pond. Browse our selection of fish habitat solutions or…
    As the cool weather comes your fish go into hibernation and you shut your filter down for the season. Though things slow down not all the natural processes in your pond come to a complete halt. The organic debris that accumulated during the summer and fall will continue to decompose and as it does…