- n. alternative spelling of algicide.
“You can see two 5-gallon buckets of what appears to be algaecide in between the units, as well as a hose bib to service the units.”
“The Healthier Pool Purifier sports a mineral electrode insert, which lasts a year and can fit into the coil, which will then slowly release ions that fight algae and bacteria without the need for an algaecide.”
“An algaecide is also a necessity, to prevent the overgrowth of algae in the pond.”
“Water department officials can treat the water with different chemicals to try to mitigate the discoloration and odd taste, but they don't know when an inversion is going to happen and the chemicals (algaecide and carbon powder) are too expensive to use all the time.”
“The city is finally treating the lake with algaecide in hopes of clearing up the water.”
“About a week after filling up their 9,000 gallon above ground pool, Lee's husband, Craig, 48, dumped 10 ounces of algaecide into the pool, which he said got rid of the discoloration.”
“I don't believe the algaecide would have changed the color of a mineral," Craig Lee said.”
“The disinfectant they used was benzalkonium chloride (BKC), a bactericide, algaecide and fungicide contained in many hospital, livestock and personal hygiene products, from surface disinfectants to skin sanitizers and cosmetics.”
“Any pool store should be able to provide you with a decent quality algaecide.”
“Tilex, Lysol, bleach, even swimming pool algaecide - name it, somebody has probably tried it on nail fungus.”
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