BLU52 Metal Remover is a highly concentrated treatment for metal in pool water.  It removes iron, silver, copper and other metals in pool water and quickly restores water clarity. Controls metal stains and scale from bromine and chlorine treated pools reducing scale formation in pool heaters, pumps and salt chlorination cells.  Regular use keeps pool water clean and the plumbing in good condition.

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Blu52 Convenient Icon

BLU52 does most of the work for you ensuring your pool cleaning experience is quick and simple, no matter how busy your lifestyle.

Blu52 Gentle

BLU52 is safe and gentle on the eyes and skin and creates a safer working environment for you and your family.

Blu52 User Friendly

BLU52 is a simple smart solution to your swimming pool problem. Just follow the easy on-pack instructions to maintain a sparkling blue pool.

Blu52 Kills Algae

Containing algaecides, bactericides and a clarifier to kill algae, BLU52 will keep your pool clear 52 weeks of the year.

Blu52 Sparkling

BLU52 will make your swimming pool a sight to behold, always ready for swimming and always perfectly clear.

Blu52 Fast Acting

BLU52 is fast-acting so that you can get your pool sparkling blue as soon as possible. See the Shock Treatment section for an even faster solution.

Dosage and Directions for use.

For metals present in the water:  Pour over the entire pool surface with the filter running.  For best results, use early afternoon or evening.  Dissolved metals are transported to the filter and can be removed by backwashing or filter cleaning.  If your pool turns cloudy after using BLU52 Metal Remover, add BLU52 to the filter.

For the removal of stains:  Try and pour the solution directly over stains.  If not possible remove pool cleaner and turn multiport valve onto bypass or circulate for twelve hours and then turn multiport valve back to filter and replace pool cleaner.

Use 2 liter of BLU52 Metal Remover per 50 000 litre.  Do not exceed recommended dosage.

Calculate Volume of the Pool.

Pool Volume= Length x width x average depth*
* Average depth = (shallowest depth + deepest depth) / 2