Frequently Asked Questions
Here on our frequently asked questions page we strive to answer some of the more frequent questions we receive regarding EcoLox Blue Pond & Lake Dye as well as general pond maintenance questions. Please take a moment to read through our FAQs and their answers to better understand what it is we do and how it is we do it. If you have any additional questions that are not answered here, please take a moment to fill out our form on our contact us page and send us your questions and we’ll be happy to answer them.
What is EcoLox?
EcoLox Blue Pond & Lake Dye is a brand of aesthetic water colorants that are used to beautify manmade and naturally contained ponds and lakes with an aqua blue color.
What makes EcoLox different from other pond dye products?
EcoLox Blue Pond & Lake Dye utilizes AnnuLox proprietary dye manufacturing technology, which eliminates the use of harmful heavy metals such as chromium, lead or manganese from the oxidation process which are found in traditional Acid Blue 9 dye manufacturing processes.
What is Acid Blue 9?
Acid Blue 9 is a blue dye that can be categorized as either technical-grade Acid Blue 9 or food-grade Acid Blue 9. Technical-grade Acid Blue 9 is the main active ingredient in EcoLox Blue Pond & Lake Dye. Technical-grade Acid Blue 9 can also be found in many common household products such as blue glass cleaners, blue toilet bowl cleaners and is even used in clothing dyes most commonly found in blue jeans.
How does EcoLox work?
EcoLox Blue Pond & Lake Dye is an aesthetic blue water colorant that beautifies murky, dirty water by dying the water a brilliant blue color. Simply pour EcoLox Blue Pond & Lake Dye into your naturally contained or man-made lake or pond and sit back and relax. Watch as your muddy pond becomes a beautiful brilliant blue color.
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How much EcoLox will I need?
EcoLox Blue Pond & Lake Dye will treat one acre of water, four feet deep for up to 30 days. This may vary depending on the amount of rain, water runoff and or duration and intensity of direct sunlight.