Model # NY110
Alternate Part #'s AB405103, AB405103EACH
Algae growth is common when your pool has poor circulation and when the disinfectant level or algaecide content in the water is low or neglected. Proper filtration (we recommend running filter at least 8-10 hours a day) and regular use of algaecide will help to prevent Algae in your pool.
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Hello; I have an inground pool. Here in Florida we need algaecide all the warm months. Can your copper based algaecide be used in an inground pool ? Our pool is OLD but we really need the exercise. We have a gunite and asbestos lined. Really in need of algaecide. Thanks, Myron Lubman
Hi, Myron. This Eliminator copper based algaecide can be used in a gunite pool as long as you follow the dosage chart and instructions.
Re: Blue Wave Eliminator Algaecide
What is the actual color of the liquid in this product ?
Is it light or dark blue, or some other color ?
Harlan, All of the Copper Algaecide that I'm familiar with is dark blue in color.
Following chemical treatment, how long do I have to wait before I use my pool?
With the exception of superchlorinating (which requires waiting until the chlorine level drops to recommended levels), you can generally use your pool when the chemical is dispersed throughout the pool. Fifteen minutes to one hour is a good rule of thumb.
(5 out of 5 stars) CU Algaecide for tough algae problems
Reviewed By: guralrj from Columbia, NJ ()
Pros: very effective formulation
Cons: watch out putting too much Copper in your pool to avoid staining
Strong effective algaecide when normal products don't seem to be effective. Highly concentrated (5 Oz for 25K gallons) treatment. Works fast on tough algae strains.