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.
The Original Mustard Algae Killer
Yellow Treat® is the original mustard algae killer. Introduced in 1981, Yellow Treat® has become the most trusted answer to yellow algae.
Kills Mustard Algae Fast
Yellow Treat®'s powerful formula kills mustard algae fast. In as little as 24 hours it will turn a yellow pool back to clean.
Yellow Treat® requires less shocking to get the job done. This saves you time, money and hassle.
Safe for any pool
Yellow Treat® is tough on algae - not on surfaces. Meaning it's safe for any type of pool. It also contains zero ingredients that stain. Keeping your pool looking beautiful after the algae is gone.
100% Performance Guaranteed
All our products are backed by a 100% Performance Guarantee. If this product doesn’t solve your problem we’ll fix it for free or you get a full refund.
|Dimensions||3.25 × 3.25 × 9.25 in|
5 oz. bag, 2 pound bottle
5 oz. per 10,000 gallons
Chlorine, Salt and Bromine
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