United Chemicals Pink Treat - 2LB
United Chemicals Pink Treat is a rescue treatment to control blooms of red and pink algae, pink and white slime, and pink and white water mold in pools treated with chlorine or bromine.
- Destroys pink algae, slime & white water mold
- Used by more professionals than any other product
- Easy to use
- Safe for you and your pets
Pink Treat is an E.P.A. registered algaecide formulated for the killing and elimination of slime, pink algae, and water mold.
How do I tell when I have pink algae?
Pink algae grows all over, And turns the water into a cloudy, milky, white swamp. When the algae is on the walls, it is slimy clear to light pink and most of it will brush off. If none will brush off, look out, you probably have metal staining. Use United's Pool Stain Treat for metals.
What benefits can I expect from using it?
Your pink algae will be immediately arrested and after you brush off any residue, your pool will have superior water clarity. Run your filter to clear it up.
Is it expensive to use?
No! A 2 lb. bottle will treat 20,000 gallons, 2 times what most of the competitors can handle, and we do it better!
How effective is Pink Treat?
It is so effective that many pool professionals use it all over the U.S. We guarantee it! Always check your filter with Filter Aid first so you don't waste money.
What does Pink Treat do?
It effectively kills pink algae, water mold and starts to clean up the water of other invisible life forms.
Does Pink Treat have copper or other metals in it?
No! It does not contain any heavy metals which can stain your pool.
Is Pink Treat ok for my type pool?
You can use it in any type pool.
Is there anything different when using Pink Treat?
Yes! Your pool will go through a clean-up period that will last from one day to 3-4 weeks. During that clean-up period you may experience a low or no chlorine reading. Don't panic! Just chlorinate continuously. Don't shock! A chlorinator or feeder makes life easy and we recommend them. If you lose your chlorine residual during heavy rain, bather load, or high temperature, just increase your feed rate until the residual comes back.