Reduce Surface Free Floating Aquatic Matter
Helps keep your surface water clear
- Applied directly to the water surface
- Silicone-based liquid
- Safe to use around livestock, fish and irrigation
- Can prevent the re-establishment of Free Floating Aquatic Matter
Creates an Invisible Barrier
Control and Prevention
Use Surface Clear to assist in keeping Free-Floating Weeds from returning
- Apply 100mL per 100m²
- Helps prevent further growth of free floating aquatic matter
- Shake vigorously and tip in
- Use after Orange Oil Treatment
Silicone-based liquid that helps reduce the re-establishment of new free floating aquatic matter on your water’s surface.
Use Together With Orange Oil
Use Orange Oil to treat Free-Floating Weeds
- 1L treats 500m² of surface area
- Apply to light/medium weed infestations
- Spray on application
For best results, avoid a single heavy application. Apply several light applications over a 1 to 3 week period  [5-6].
How It Works
This solution helps to reduce the risk of re-establishment of new free floating aquatic matter on your water’s surface. This silicone-based liquid disperses evenly across the water surface to give fast-acting effects.
Once you’ve cleared your water surface of aquatic matter, Surface Clear helps to reduce the likelihood of re-establishment.
Safe to use
When used according to instructions, this product has no withholding period, so you can use the water immediately after treatment. It’s safe for fish, livestock, pets and humans alike.
- Easy to apply
- Non toxic
- Works in conjunction with Orange Oil and other aquatic approved herbicides
How much do you need for your body of water?
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