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Weco Pond-Clear Keeps Pond Water Clear and Beautiful
Weco Pond-Clear Keeps Pond Water Clear and Beautiful
Weco Pond-Clear Keeps Pond Water Clear and Beautiful
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Weco Pond-Clear Keeps Pond Water Clear and Beautiful

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Weco Pond-Clear is a safe, simple solution to keeping your fish pool water clean, clear, and beautiful. Completely safe for all fish and plants, Pond-Clear will return your backyard pond to its original lustre.

  • Keeps fish pool clear and beautiful
  • Absolutely harmless to fish and plants
  • Permits spawning and raising of young fishes

Dosage: Use 1 lb Pond-Clear for every 40 gallons of water, or

  • 5 lbs - 4' x 6' x 1.25' Deep
  • 10 lbs - 6' x 7' x 1.5' Deep
  • 25 lbs - 7' x 10' x 2' Deep

Directions: Start with a clean pond, or at least remove heavy growth of undesirable or decaying plant life. Add Pond-Clear to a calm area of the pool, free of turbulence or agitation. Designed to dissolve slowly, as needed.

To avoid clouding water, put the unopened bag of Pond-Clear on the bottom of the pool, then gently cut away the sides and top of the bag. If the pool is too deep to place the bag on the bottom, submerge the unopened bag, open it and gently spill out the contents.

Under normal conditions the water will clear in about 7 to 10 days, though extreme conditions will require a little more time. Pond-Clear can also be hand-spread around a concreted perimeter surface of a pond.

Not for aquarium use. To clear water in aquariums use Weco Wonder-Shell.

To determine the gallon volume of your body of water, multiply (in average feet) length x width x depth x 7.5.