Microbe-Lift Algaway 5.4 | 1 gal bottle color may vary

Microbe-Lift Algaway 5.4 | 1 gal bottle color may vary

Microbe-Lift Algaway 5.4 | 1 gal bottle color may vary

Microbe-Lift Algaway 5.4 | 1 gal bottle color may vary:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! Our home inspector recommended this item for our small pond/water garden that has a 25’ man made stream leading to a small waterfall that empties into the pond. Last year I tried everything I could find to try to keep the various types of algae under even the smallest amount of control to no avail! The whole thing was a big green mess! I was told by the previous owner that the algae problem was an uphill battle. This year the algae was back. I found the info about this product that the home inspector had given me and ordered it. In May, I emptied the pond and power washed the whole thing again as I had done almost weekly the previous year. Filled it up and added the Microlift. I waited a couple of days and added their Sludeaway product that I also purchased. Then I waited for the algae to attack. Much to shock and amazement, my pond water is clear and even after a very hot summer so far I only have a few black spots on some of the rocks! No thick green fuzzy algae all over the rocks and the muck at the bottom of the pond is almost all gone also. I do not have fish so I can’t say how it would work with them. I have lots frogs, toads, tadpoles and lots of aquatic plants. My pond also gets lots of full sun. Extremely pleased with these two products!phoenix mall,san antonio mall,phoenix mallMicrobe-Lift Algaway 5.4 | 1 gal bottle color may vary
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  • Ecological Labs Microbe-Lift Algaway 5.4 | 1 gal
  • Manufactured by Ecological Labs
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Microbe-Lift Algaway 5.4 | 1 gal bottle color may vary

Microbe-Lift Algaway 5.4 | 1 gal bottle color may vary:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! Our home inspector recommended this item for our small pond/water garden that has a 25’ man made stream leading to a small waterfall that empties into the pond. Last year I tried everything I could find to try to keep the various types of algae under even the smallest amount of control to no avail! The whole thing was a big green mess! I was told by the previous owner that the algae problem was an uphill battle. This year the algae was back. I found the info about this product that the home inspector had given me and ordered it. In May, I emptied the pond and power washed the whole thing again as I had done almost weekly the previous year. Filled it up and added the Microlift. I waited a couple of days and added their Sludeaway product that I also purchased. Then I waited for the algae to attack. Much to shock and amazement, my pond water is clear and even after a very hot summer so far I only have a few black spots on some of the rocks! No thick green fuzzy algae all over the rocks and the muck at the bottom of the pond is almost all gone also. I do not have fish so I can’t say how it would work with them. I have lots frogs, toads, tadpoles and lots of aquatic plants. My pond also gets lots of full sun. Extremely pleased with these two products!phoenix mall,san antonio mall,phoenix mallMicrobe-Lift Algaway 5.4 | 1 gal bottle color may vary