The Care and Cleaning Of Your Bernini Fountain

Vinegar is acceptable to use for killing algae and cleaning a pond when it is drained. The acidic is good at lifting away the stubborn algae deposits and stains without damaging the liner material. When used in this way in limited amounts, the leftover vinegar residue won't hurt the fish or change the pH of the water.

Because of copper's biostatic properties, algae is less likely to grow in a bird bath that is either made of copper or has copper elements in its design. While algae will be repelled, however, it is important to note that copper will not completely eliminate algae and bacteria growth in a bird bath.

How do you Decalcify a water fountain?

Clean your fountain in the sink or for wall fountains and large fountains, take a bucket of water and a non-abrasive sponge to clean the inside of the pan. We recommend using a mild soap or a product such as CLR on the inside of the pan to remove any buildup.

How to Get Hard-Water Lime off a Rock Fountain

  1. Create a mixture containing 1 cup of baking soda, 1/4 cup of white vinegar and 1 tablespoon of a mild dish detergent.
  2. Spread the paste mixture over the hard-water deposits on your rock fountain.
  3. Scrub until you eliminate the majority of lime deposits.

What is the best algae killer for ponds?

Best Pond Algaecide & Pond Algae Killer in 2021 (Safe for Fish)

  • GreenClean Algaecide.
  • Cutrine Plus Algaecide.
  • API Pond ALGAEFIX Algae Control.
  • Microbe-Lift Algaway 5.4 Algaecide

Small garden or indoor fountains made from ceramic or plastic materials are easy to clean by adding bleach directly to the water. Add 1 teaspoon of bleach for every 20 gallons of water in the fountain. ... Wipe away the algae from the surface of the fountain a few hours after adding bleach.

3. TREAT THE WATER.

While you shouldn’t use a chemical insecticide in your birdbath, you can treat it with a bacterial insecticide, which kills mosquitoes but is not harmful to birds or other wildlife. These are typically sold as dunks at garden centers. Look for products that contain the bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (BTI). These treatments can only control mosquitoes for up to 30 days, so it’s not a long-term solution. Adding an agitator or aerator is a more permanent fix.

Submitted By: Violeta Sanchez - Customer Care Representative

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