I had the worst case of white mold in my inground pool this year. Thankfully, I kept back a quart from last year and treated it. Unfortunately, because the breakout was so bad this year, I had to put in a second, which is recommended on the instructions for severe cases. The second bottle did the trick. It may have been because I left out the bottle over the winter and it froze, but I am very happy with Vanquish. I know of no other treatment that will kill white mold. It seems impervious, to high doses of chlorine.
GLB Vanquish deposit control is specially formulated to treat the pink deposits that grow on pool walls and in plumbing, Vanquish treats pink, white and clear slime in any swimming pool, including those sanitized with biguanide systems.
- Rids pools of unwanted deposits
- Clears cloudy water fast
- Compatible with all types of pools
- Allows swimming shortly after application
To Treat Existing Pink Slime:
Brush affected areas prior to application. Apply 16 oz. per 10,000 gallons as close to the affected areas as possible. For severe accumulations, a double dose can be applied. Allow filter to run overnight, then vacuum.
For Chlorine or Bromine Sanitized Pools:
Wait 4 hours, then add 1 gallon of liquid chlorine or 1 lb. of dry chlorine directly to the pool - not the skimmer. Allow filter to run overnight, then vacuum.
For Biguanide-Sanitized Pools:
Wait 4 hours, then add 1 gallon of liquid chlorine or 1 lb. of dry chlorine directly to the skimmer. Allow filter to run overnight, then vacuum.
After applying Vanquish deposit control, pool water may appear greenish in color while the product is working. This is normal. The water will clear in approximately 72 hours. Please also refer to actual product label for complete directions and precautionary statements
Pink deposits are not algae deposits and cannot be destroyed by traditional algaecides. The Vanquish deposit control formula gets rid of pink deposits quickly.
Chlorine, bromine, ozone, salt water pools, and biguanide sanitizers.