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Mystic Lake Blue Dye


Walt Cline - Pest Control Professional Pro Tip: "For beautiful looking water, apply 4 to 16 ounces of Mystic Lake Blue Dye per acre-foot of water. Safe for fish waterfowl and other animals."

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Mystic Lake Blue Dye
$59.90

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Transform off color, dirty or pale water in lakes or ponds with Mystic Lake Blue Dye. It turns into a vibrant and healthy blue color.


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Mystic Lake Blue Dye

Transform off color, dirty or pale water in lakes or ponds with Mystic Lake Blue Dye. It turns into a vibrant and healthy blue color.

  • Transforms pale or dirty water to a healthy blue color.
  • Highly concentrated formulation features low use rates for greater flexibility.
  • Water may be used for swimming and recreational sports following treatment.
  • Does not harm fish, waterfowl and animals with normal use.
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Pro Tips For beautiful looking water, apply 4 to 16 ounces of Mystic Lake Blue Dye per acre-foot of water. Safe for fish waterfowl and other animals.
Packaging Gallon
Manufacturer Winfield Solutions
Product Label Product Label
SDS MSDS
More PDF's No
Target Pest N/A
Active Ingredient (s) Blend of colorants 100%
For Use : Mystic Lake Blue/Black dyes may be used to provide blue or black color for ornamental lakes, ponds, fountains, water hazards and other contained water bodies. Do not apply Mystic® Lake Blue/Black dyes to streams, rivers, outflows or water not completely controlled by the user. They may be applied to areas used for irrigation, but not in water used for direct human consumption.
Yield N/A
Mixture|Application N/A
Application

Apply 4 to 16 fluid ounces per 1 acre-foot.* Add more Mystic® Lake Blue/Black dyes if a darker color is desired.

*1 acre-foot equals 1 acre (43,560 square feet), 1 foot deep.

Retreatment No
Shipping Restrictions No
More Instructions No
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