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What should you do if you live in Florida and have an unscreened pool and there are minute reddish insects on the surface that bite and your pool man increased the chemicals but it did nothing?

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2005-10-13 04:18:40
2005-10-13 04:18:40

Those darn pests, Is what they are able to do is cruise the water surface without breaking through, We have a product called bug out which prohibits the bugs from walking on the surface, In short drowns them,Putting in more chlorine will not have an affect due to the bugs do not injest the water they want your flesh. Your pool man should be able to get it locally for you if not e-mail me with your info and we will get you some. Our office# is 800-488-2436 My name is Kenny

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