Mar 9, 2021

Any angler who has used a livewell or baitwell will attest: they can get disgusting. Fish droppings and slime combine with bacteria and algae to form a vile cesspool. It’s easy to sanitize them, however, with Iosso Live Well Cleaner. It leaves them clean and ready for fish, whether trophy or bait.

Iosso Live Well Cleaner powerfully removes stains while it deodorizes. It doesn’t contain chlorine or other harsh chemicals and is pH-neutral. It’s so safe, it can be used on thermos jugs, coolers, refrigerators and other food containers.

Environmentally friendly, Live Well Cleaner is biodegradable. The solution can be discarded overboard without concern for aquatic flora and fauna. That doesn’t mean it’s not tough on stains. It removes everything from blood to waterline scum without affecting fiberglass, paint or metal.

Made in the USA, Iosso Live Well Cleaner is easy to use. A concentrated powder that’s poured into a livewell or baitwell, it’s simply circulated with the pump. After draining or pumping out the solution and a freshwater rinse, it’s ready for use. A 4 oz. container treats two average-sized wells and costs $5.95 USD.


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