ProTeam Mustard & Black Magic effectively removes all forms of algae and maintains clear swimming pool water. This product is non-metallic and non-staining. It leaves no offensive chloramines and does not contain ammonia. Mustard & Black Magic restores water clarity and has a sanitizer exciter, which lowers your consumption. Best of all, Mustard & Black Magic is made right here in the USA for the highest possible quality, allowing you to buy with confidence.
Yellow & Mustard Algae Removal:
4 oz per 10,000 gallons of water
Routine Maintenance(80 degrees and above):
4 oz per 10,000 gallons of water per week.
Routine Maintenance(79 degrees and under):
2 oz per 10,000 gallons of water per week.
To Remove Visible Yellow or Mustard Algae:
- Brush walls and floor areas affected by yellow algae accumulations.
- Apply 4 oz. of this product per 10,000 gallons as close to the affected areas as possible. For severe accumulations, double the above dosage.
- Superchlorinate by following directions of that products label. Swimming may be resumed a few hours after treatment.
Weekly Maintenance Treatment:
- With water temperature over 80 degrees, add 4 oz. of this product with 1 gallon liquid chlorine or 1 pound of a dry chlorine once a week.
- With water temperature under 80 degrees, add 2 oz. of this product weekly and 1/2 gallon liquid chlorine or 1/2 lb. of a dry chlorine.
Sodium Bromide: 99%, Other Ingredients: 1%
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Purchased this from my local pull store for about $30. Man this stuff did the job. I have been battling a dirty, cloudy pool for about 3 weeks. I couldn't figure out why I couldn't get it clear as ph and alkalinity were stabile, and chlorine was right. It kept getting a layer of yellow "dirt" on the floor and steps. A quick brush would stir it up and it would be cloudy again. It was when I noticed it stuck to the walls that I realized it wasn't dirt and started my research. I found out I had yellow or mustard algae. Fast forward a few days, I ran to the pool store for another product "yellow out", but they didn't have it. They had this instead. I bought it. The girl asked me the gallons of my pool. I told her 22k. She said use three cap fulls of the algeaside and a shocking 6 lbs of shock. Folks, that shock is the key. This stuff eats your chlorine. I instead used 4 gallons of dollar general 7.5% bleach as I didn't want to use up that much of my hard to find shock. (F U chlorine shortage). First thing I did was get in the pool and brush every surface, then through all of my equipment, vacuum etc in the pool to be sanitized with it. Put in 3 capfulls about 6pm after the pool was in the shade, followed immediately by 4 gallons of chlorine bleach. Fast forward to 9am the next morning and poof, Crystal clear pool. Backwash Ed the filter and got nasty yellow water for about 2 minutes. Color me happy. Be sure to monitor your chlorine levels for the next few days as the sodium bromide In this chemical will continue to eat your chlorine.
My pool usually gets some mustard Alge in the summer time here in Texas. This product wipes it out quickly. I love buying from pool geek. Best prices and quick delivery to your door.
IT WORKS VERY GOOD
1 application and algae disappeared
Worked like a charm!
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