Winterizing and Seasonal Stabilization
The Green Bullet is for use in running and operational pools during times of inactivity and or non-use. To winterize using the Green Bullet will guarantee a clear pool in the spring. In the spring, simply vacuum the debris to waste, refill water that was displaced in vacuuming and re-balance using your usual chemicals.
Accelerated levels of algae in pools are caused by many (three) key factors – abundant food, light and water. By removing and or altering one or more of these life essential elements, it creates an unstable environment for the algae to grow, thus clearing it naturally!
APPLICATION – POWER AND EQUIPMENT FUNCTIONING PROPERLY
If power is available to the pool and the equipment is working then the following application method applies. Take out the filter membrane or bypass the filter and start the pump as usual. Once there is obvious water movement throughout the pool, slowly begin to add the Green Bullet into the skimmer. Allow the pump to run for 2 – 3 hours and then turn it off and let the Green Bullet do its work. Clean the filter and replace it so it is ready when the pool is running again. The filter may remain in after the Green Bullet has done its job.
*NOTE: The Green Bullet has an ingredient to help its distribution into the water and will cause it to foam. This foam will reduce and dissipate within a day or two.
1 Gallon Treats up to 5,000 gallons*
The average pool is 15,000 gallons, so you should expect to use between 3 and 4 gallons of the Green Bullet to completely clear your water, per treatment. If the pool is clear and running properly you may choose to put ½ the amount or 1 ½ – 2 gallons of the Green Bullet into the pool. One treatment will last from 4-6 months depending on the weather conditions.
*Actual treatment will vary based on amount of particulate and organic waste present in the pool at the time of treatment. If the pool is clear, less product is necessary. If the pool is green follow the dosing instructions on the label.
CALCULATING POOL GALLONS:
Measure the pool using the following formula. (All numbers are an average). Length (inches) x width (inches) x depth (inches) = total / 231 = total average gallons.
- Keep out of reach of children
- May stain clothes or hands
- Wear protective eye wear
- In the event of eye contact flush immediately with cold water
Completely clean all tools and equipment after each and every use. In concentrate, this product is corrosive to metals.
Corrosive Liquid, Acidic,
For Chemical Emergency Only, (spill, leak, fire, exposure or accident), call 561-333-3474.