In The Swim - Black Algaecide 1 qt.
- Non-clouding, non-foaming
- 16 ounces per 10,000 gallons
- Overcomes black algae's resistance to other chemicals
- Prevents and controls Black algae
- Rids of black algae found in concrete, plaster, or gunite pools because they're porous surfaces
- 11.8% copper sulfate pentahydrate
- 1 quart bottles!
In the Swim Black Pool Algaecide is specifically formulated with 11.8% copper sulfate pentahydrate to kill and suppress the appearance of black algae. Black algae is a form of blue-green algae that prefers plaster pools, where it can put down roots. The thick multi-layered cap protects the organism from chlorine and most algaecides. In The Swim Black Algaecide helps overcome black algae's resistance to other chemicals to break it down and control blooms.
To prevent pool algae, In The Swim's Black Algaecide plays an important role. In The Swim's powerful and highly concentrated copper-based Super Algaecide is used to kill small, isolated blooms to control and prevent pool algae growth. Like other algaecides, Metallic Pool Algaecides use metal ions that are positively charged and attach themselves to algae, where they penetrate the outer cell walls, poisoning the enzymes within the algae nucleus.
Before adding In The Swim Black Pool Algaecide 1 quart bottles, brush your pool, clean or backwash your filter, empty the skimmer, and pump baskets, and turn on the main circulation pump. Super chlorinate according to water volume and interior type to build a chlorine residual. In The Swim Black Pool Algaecide can be a treatment or maintenance algaecide. It is important to act when you see the first signs of black algae. Black or blue-green spots and patches with raised heads. Shock the pool 24 hours before treatment. Treat with 16 ounces Black Algaecide per 10,000 gallons.
What types of algae does this algaecide kill?
In The Swim's Black Algaecide prevents and controls black algae growth.
How long do I have to wait to swim in my pool after using this product?
It is recommended to shock the pool 24 hours prior to a black algae treatment. As long as the chlorine level has dropped within 3-4ppm it is safe to swim.
Can you get rid of black algae permanently?
No, this type of algae is actually a bacteria that lives beneath the interior surface. By treating it, you are simply suppressing the visual appearance of the algae by removing its tar-like deposit from the interior surface.
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