The best thing you can to for yourself is to get yourself a QT, it will pay for itself time and time again, and surely add to the enjoyment of the hobby. Using meds in the reef usually does more harm then good...and that includes the "reef safe" meds such as prazi pro, red slime remover and various others.
Ultralife Red slime remover, Reef safe and works like a charm :c)
Removes disease causing red cyano bacteria (red slime) from live coral, Removes red slime, black, blue green and bubble producing algae, Oxidizes trapped organic sludge and sediment, Clarifies aquarium water to crystal clear, Promotes ideal enzyme balance, Contains no phosphates, algaecides or erythromycin succinate, Safe for reef tanks, all invertebrates, desirable macro algaes, nitrifying bacteria and fish, Treats up to 300 Gallons.
Red Slime Remover Reef Safe – Amazing Reef for Better Life
Red Cyano Rx will swiftly and safely remove the red slime (Cyano bacteria) from your aquarium without harming any of its inhabitants. Plus, unlike some other products, Red Slime Control will not discolor your aquarium's water. Red Cyano Rx is safe for all types of saltwater tanks and will not harm any of your fish, corals or other reef invertebrates. Take control of Red Slime before it takes control of your marine tank! This bottle will treat 400 gallons (1514 liters).
Red Slime Remover 2 Grams Boyd Enterprises Live Coral Nano Reef Safe.
Yes I personally believe that Red Slime remover is reef safe. But... I do not feel it is the proper way to remove Cyano. I was in the same situation as you are now. Red slime remover was my last resort as well. It worked and it worked very well. Three days later and my tank was completely Cyano free with out any negative side effects to any corals, fish, coraline algae etc...Just wanted to throw it out there for anyone who wants info on the product.. Works GREAT, but watch your corals for stress! The label says "Remove red slime algae quickly without harm to fish, invertebrates or corals." If I had 2 corals show signs of stress, it is NOT truely reef safe and did harm them!