Does your pool look like it was filled with shredded tissue paper? Then your pool has “white water mold”. Despite the name, this is actually a type of algae that is closely related to mustard algae. In this article we show you how to get rid of it fast so you can go back to swimming.
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Swamp Treat’s powerful formula makes short work of any type of algae – no matter how bad.
- Works Fast: Swamp Treat’s so powerful you’ll start to see the pool looking better in a few hours. 24 hours later you’ll have blue water again.
- Works on EVERYTHING: Swamp Treat is powerful enough to work on any type of algae – yellow, black, green, pink. That means no needed to guess what you have, you can just get rid of it.
- Leaves a Chlorine Reading: Not only will Swamp Treat clear your pool of algae, but you’ll still have a chlorine reading afterwards. That means no additional shocking to get a reading back – saving you time and money.
- Contains zero ingredients that stain: Swamp Treat contains absolutely no ingredients that will stain, so you have one less potential problem to worry about.
- Safe for all surfaces: As tough as it is on algae, it’s gentle on the surface. That means you can use it in any pool without worrying about bleaching or discoloration.
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