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This muck remover will make your waterscapes beautiful this spring

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Backyard ponds and lakes can make your property feel like a peaceful retreat, but nothing ruins the relaxation faster than filmy water and smelly muck. Fortunately, there’s an easy and natural way to treat your waterscape with muck remover pellets.

How It Works

These muck remover pellets by Natural Waterscapes are a natural bacteria treatment designed to accumulate the broken-down vegetation, fish waste, and organic matter—otherwise known as muck—at the bottom of your pond or lake. Muck feeds weed and algae growth too, so removing this matter at the bottom of your pond can make the top of your lake look crystal clear. It’s safe for all aquatic life too.

How to Use

This muck remover isn’t just a less expensive alternative than mechanical muck removal—it’s also much easier to treat your pond or lake. Simply apply two scoops of pellets spread out over the water for every quarter acre and reapply every two weeks for best results.

Why Customers Love It

Customers love these muck remover pellets because they were easy to use and kept their waterscapes clear and bright. One customer used these pellets to eliminate pond weeds and reduce muck at the bottom to the point of hard packed sand. Another customer said the smell that seemed impossible to get rid of was gone after using these pellets.

Natural Waterscapes Muck Remover Pellets available from Amazon

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