Fountain Scale Free by Aquascape Treats 5,000 Gal.
Starts at: $12.78
Safely Removes Calcium and Scale from Water Fountains!
Aquascape Feature Scale Free will protect your ornamental fountain from damage caused by scale and stain buildup.
Scale buildup can permanently damage water pumps and clog fountain plumbing. Helps maintain the beauty of your fountain keeping it clean and presentable. Helps keep water clean and clear of hard water deposits, white scale and foam. With Fountain Scale Free, water stays fresher, longer. Adds the fresh clean sent of lavender to your water fountain. Non-toxic, safe for birds and animals!
1 Size Available:
- 1 bottle treats up to 500 gal.
- 1 pump treats up to 10 gal.
- Unit Weight: .6 lbs.
Features and Benefits
- Helps maintain the beauty of your fountain
- Helps keep water clean and clear of hard water deposits, white scale and foam
- Water stays fresher, longer
- Adds the fresh scent of lavender
- Non toxic, safe for fish/plants
Instructions for use:
How Much: One pump treats up to 10 gallons or a small ornamental fountain
How Often: As necessary or once weekly as a preventative
How To: Add to the basin of the water feature or fountain
Why: Adding Aquascape Feature Scale Free will protect your ornamental fountain from damage caused by scale and stain buildup. Scale buildup can also permanently damage water pumps. Aquascape Feature Free does not contain harsh chemicals or acids that often damage ornamental fountains
"What the difference is between the two water quality options by Aquascape : the Water Feature Maintainence and the Feature Scale Free?
Aquascape Tech Answer:
The Water Feature Maintenance will keep the algae & scale from building up on the feature, great for full sun installations, whereas the Scale Free targets the scale specifically.
Will the Feature Scale stuff work on this existing scale with just normal use? If not, what would you suggest to remove the scale in the attached picture?
Aquascape Tech Answer:
I would recommend removing severe scale first.... Especially because in that picture it is the "splash" zone which means it may not make enough contact to start breaking it down. They can test a spot first to make sure it doesn't discolor the rock but vinegar or CLR can usually be used to get rid of the severe areas and then moving forward treat.
It is also important for people to understand that they may need to drain or do large water changes. Fountains tend to have high evaporation and if they have really hard water it will just get harder with evaporation increasing the scale problem.... So periodic water changes can be very beneficial at reducing the amount of dissolved minerals.