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Does exactly what it says on the tin.
Developed Exclusively for Primrose. As the name implies, this new generation water feature cleaner 'Fountain Safe' will help you to effortlessly maintain the lustre of your shiny new water feature whilst ensuring that the safety of your children and pets is not compromised.
Simply add two capfuls (depending on the size of the feature) to the reservoir or pebble pool and the active formula will protect and clean, preventing all common forms of algae growth and slime. Two capfuls treats up to 25 Litres of water for one month. Each container contains 98 grams, enough product to treat a total of 75 Litres of water.
We were concerned over the use of chlorine based products being sold for maintaining water features. These products are toxic and leave a lingering odour making them unsuitable for use indoors, in ponds, or around children and pets. So, working with the UK's leading pond chemical laboratories, we developed a safe, odourless alternative without losing any of the benefits or cleaning power of the older generation water feature products.
Reviewed Tuesday, 12 September 2017
"Does the job intended, keeps the water clear"
Reviewed Monday, 11 September 2017
"My niece was very pleased with this ."
Reviewed Tuesday, 5 September 2017
"Original product had 2 faults. But replacement product is fine."
"Not fitted as yet but hopefully all ok"
Reviewed Monday, 4 September 2017
"Delighted to find a product to keep water in fountain fresh, but haven't used it yet. 4 stars for prompt service and providing an item I've been hunting for."
Reviewed Saturday, 2 September 2017
"Seems good. Early days yet."
Reviewed Tuesday, 29 August 2017
"Works well, keeps water clean & free from going green"
"It really works, feature came clean in a few hours"
Reviewed Monday, 28 August 2017
"Ok again could do with instructions would then be able to see it working"
Reviewed Sunday, 27 August 2017