All Natural Deep Blue Pond Dye
If you’re looking for a highly concentrated liquid deep blue dye for your ponds, the All Natural Deep Blue Pond Dye is for you! This product is equivalent to other companies ONE Gallon containers.
Pond Dye helps keep your pond clean and healthy year around. A must have to add an attractive rich deep blue color to your pond. Product is safe for recreational ponds, horses, cattle, birds, fish wildlife and the environment.
Available in blue, deep blue and black colors.
The Uses of Pond Dye
Many who have ponds have used pond dye for a variety of reasons. Those who are new to having a pond may wonder about the various ways you can use pond dye. What is pond dye? Well, this type of dye is made to give a pond or water feature an artificial color. However, rest assured that pond dyes are safe to use around ponds or even reflecting pools. They are environmentally friendly and can be helpful for ponds that experience an overgrowth of algae bloom. Let’s go over the ins and outs of pond dyes.
When to Use Pond Dye
You may be wondering when it would be a good time to use pond dye. If you are having trouble with algae, you may consider pond dye as an alternative. However, remember to have an aeration system to get the most out of the pond dye. Using an aeration system would circulate the pond dye much more efficiently throughout the pond. The color would also be evenly distributed as the aeration takes place.
How Much Pond Dye Should You Use?
The amount of dye used in a pond will depend on its size. You can figure out the amount of dye you need by doing some calculations. By multiplying the acreage and depth of the pond, you can get an idea of how much water you have in your pond. Depending on your final numbers, you can calculate how much pond dye you will need to use. On average, a bottle of dye may be able to cover about 4 to 6 acres feet of water per bottle. You can try one bottle and make adjustments as needed. If you notice the transparency of the pond coming back, you can always add more.
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