Natural Chemistry 7400 Stain Free - 1.75lbs

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Stainfree is an all natural way to eliminate staining to pool liners and finishes. Stainfree is idea for treating staining on all pool surfaces. Stainfree is a citric acid product. Use Natural Chemistry's METALfree and you have the ultimate 1-2 combination from stain fighting!
Direction for use: A non-polymer filter aid MUST be used in sand filters with this product 1. Add 1lb of Stainfree per 10,000 gallons (38,000L) of water. With the filtration system on, walk around the pool and sprinkle the product evenly on the surface, brush stained areas. 2. One hour later, add METALfree to pool water at the rate of 32oz (1L) per 20,000 gallons (75,000L) 3. 24 hours later, pool must be thoroughly vacuumed and the filter cleaned 4. Test water and balance water if necessary Important: DO NOT shock pool for one week. If chlorine level is low, add small amounts of chlorine. Do not exceed 2ppm.
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Brand Natural Chemistry
Product Name Stain Free - 1.75lbs
Manufacturer Part Number 7400
SKU NAT-50-7410
Pool Type Above Ground, In Ground, Residential, Commercial
About the Manufacturer
Natural Chemistry is the leading specialty chemical manufacturer in the swimming pool industry. Their goal is to provide the best possible product to either solve a problem, or enhance the swimming experience for the Pool Owner, or user. They started out as the primary provider of enzyme and phosphate removal products to the industry and have expanded our unique product line to solve virtually any water quality issue that you may face.All of their products can be used with any method of sanitation, from Chlorine to Salt Generators. Their family of products will not only reduce the time and labor involved with taking care of a swimming pool, but will also greatly enhance the current program that you are using.
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