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Iron Bacteria Eliminator Kit

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Kit includes everything you need to kill the bacteria, sequester metals and eliminate metals.  Treats 20,000 gallons of fresh or salt water, good for all surfaces, and has no phosphates.  Leave the CuLator Ultra 4.0 in pump basket for two months for best results.


  • 2 Metal Stain Removers
  • Metal Sequester (Phosphate free/Commercial Grade)
  • CuLator Metal Eliminator Ultra 4.0
  • Easy-to-Follow Instructions

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Iron bacteria is becoming a major problem in pools. Iron bacteria is a chlorine resistant bacteria that incorporates iron into its body. Iron bacteria used to be caused by using well water, but is now showing up in city water. Generally, if you have a brownish slimy film in the back of your toilet tank, you may have iron bacteria in your pool.

Toilet tank with iron bacteria

What is tricky about iron bacteria, is that it looks like iron staining. So, when you treat your pool with a stain treatment, the color goes clear and it looks like the stain is gone. However, the bacteria is still on the surface and the color will return as soon as you put chlorine in the water.


  • Copper Algaecide
  • Metal Sequester (Phosphate free/Commercial Grade)
  • CuLator Metal Eliminator Ultra 4.0
  • Easy-to-Follow Instructions

 Treats 20,000 gallons ▪ Fresh or Salt Water ▪ Good for All Surfaces ▪ No Phosphates

Weight 8 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 12 × 12 in

2 reviews for Iron Bacteria Eliminator Kit

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  1. Debbie Wolfe

    I have several pools that have recurring stains and I used the Iron Bacteria Eliminator Kit on all the problem pools and it worked on all of them and the stains have not come back. My customers were so happy to finally get rid of their stains.

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  2. John Flohr

    I just wanted to send you a few pictures of the pool. All stains are gone, and the water is crystal clear. life is good. I cannot thank you enough for all your help and the Culator product.
    Best regards
    John F.

    Here are two pictures of the culator bag Been 30days Blue color is copper but you can see the yellow color when holding it in the sun Pool looks great

    Pool is still looking good but now we want to get rid of these grayish stains on the pool liner. I have tried two things with no success There are:
    Ascorbic acid powder by natural chemistry Pool stain treatment by United chemical

    5/15/19 As you see by the pictures everything is looking good . No beige stains on the steps or on the liner. Based on the strips I am using everything is in range except the chlorine stabilizer( CyA). I did add some stabilizer last week because controlling chlorine was quite difficult. I checked the culater bag and it has a yellow color when I hold it up to the sun.
    It’s puffy and also has like a light blue shade not directly in the sun. Could be from the algaecide?

    There are a few dark stains in the deep end and we were thinking about treating them with a stain out product but would like your opinion on what to use.
    I was also wondering about switching back to salt and generating chlorine.
    You said 30 days but since it looks this good I was wondering.

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