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Pond Vacum

  • The Pond Guy® ClearVac™

    4.5

    (184 reviews)

    …For All Pond Surfaces * Reduce Timely Pond Maintenance Make your pond maintenance faster and more convenient with pond vacuums! A powerful motor removes sludge debris and algae leaving your pond clean and healthy. The dual chamber reservoir and auto discharge feature of the pond sludge vacuum…
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    $349.99
  • Oase® PondoVac Replacement Filter Foam

    5.0

    (2 reviews)

    Replacement Filter Foam for Oase PondoVac Classic and for the Oase PondoVac 5 pond vacuum.
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    $12.00
  • …the pond. Install an aeration kit such as The Pond Guy® Pond Aerator in the shallow area of your pond. If you already have an aeration kit installed simply relocate air stones or diffusers to the shallower part of the pond. This will leave an undisturbed area at the bottom of your pond for your…
  • Oase® PondoVac 5 30' Discharge Hose Extension

    Use Oase 30-Foot Discharge Hose and Extension as a replacement part or to extend the length of your existing hose for the Oase PondoVac 5 Pond Vacuum.
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    $99.00
  • Oase® PondoVac 4 Replacement Nozzle Set

    Replacement Nozzle Set can be used with the Oase PondoVac 4 Pond Vacuum. The set includes an adjustable floor nozzle string algae nozzle crevice nozzle and a wide nozzle. Remove pond floor debris without vacuuming up gravel with the adjustable floor nozzle that can be adjusted between 2-10mm. Use…
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    $31.99
  • Oase® PondoVac 4 & 5 Replacement Surface Brush Attachment

    The Oase Surface Brush Attachment effortlessly removes debris and silt from ponds. This replacement part is designed for Oase PondoVac 4 (Model 50409) and for PondoVac 5 (Model 48080) pond vacuums.
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    $23.99
  • …bottom of the pond and quickly get to work cleaning up all the nooks and crannies between your rocks or other hard to reach places. To keep your pond's ecosystem balanced consider using the The Pond Guy® DefensePAC®. This pond care package will help you proactively manage your pond for up to…
    …to your pond. When ready remove the netting from the holding tank and gently move your fish back into the pond. If you used the aeration kit from your pond for the holding tank be sure to add it back into the pond. We recommend waiting 24 hours to allow your fish to fully adjust to the pond before…
    …mini-ecosystem of your pond with a Jar Test will help you diagnose your pond problem. If you have green tea-colored or murky water doing the Jar Test will you to determine what is causing the clarity issue.It's Simple Take a clear glass jar dunk it in your pond fill it up with pond water and let it…
    …adding fish to your pond think about how many fish your pond can handle and what type of filtration system will be adequate for your pond. * Determine the number of gallons and how many inches of fish your pond can hold. Write down the length width and average depth of your pond and enter it into…
    …waste and other organic material accumulate in a pond. Cleaning your pond in the spring will get your pond off to a great start for the season. Here is an easy step-by-step guide that will help you with the process. Throughout the season use a pond vacuum to help keep it tidy. In the fall we do not…
    …diaphragms need to be replaced. Plants Your pond plants should cover approximately 40-60% of your pond for shade coverage. Pruning dead plant material throughout the growing season will help your plants grow big and strong. Using tools like the Pond Scissors & Pliers will make this job easier.…