ProTeam Metal Magic 32 oz.

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$21.95

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ProTeam Metal Magic 32 oz.

ProTeam Metal Magic is a highly concentrated formula for effectively removing iron, copper, manganese and other metals from pool water to restore water clarity. This product also removes metal stains and scale from pool surfaces and equipment and is compatible with all treatment systems. ProTeam Metal Magic is non-foaming and pH neutral.

Metal Magic Features:
  • Removes metals and stains caused by metals in pool water
  • Removes and prevents scale buildup
  • Can decrease elevated levels of calcium hardness
  • Removes metals such as iron, copper, silver and manganese C
  • Compatible with all filtration types

Metal Magic Benefits:
  • Prevents staining and scaling
  • Protects plumbing and equipment
  • Can be used to solve existing water issues or prevent bad water from causing issues
  • Using the normal application rate, pool use can resume after an hour

Directions for Use:

  • For pools with iron, copper, manganese or other metals present in the water, apply over entire pool surface with filter system operating. For best results use 1 quart of ProTeam Metal Magic per 10,000 gallons of water to remove stains, prevent plating and restore water clarity.
  • Regular use of ProTeam Metal Magic will keep pool water clean and the pool shell and plumbing in good condition. For stain prevention use on quart per 20,000 gallons if testing indicated metals above 3 ppm or use 3 ounces per 10,000 gallon per week if your pool has a tendency to show increasing metal content in water.
  • Do not add more than recommended dosage. For best results us in early afternoon or evening with water temperature above 60 degrees, and run pump for 24 hours.
  • Once dissolved, metals are transported to the filter where they can be removed by backwashing or cleaning the filter cartridges.
  • For best results, pool water pH should be at 7.5 or above when treatment begins. For copper/silver ion treated pools, remove electrodes or tun of ionizer for 5 days.
ProTeam Metal Magic Sponge Test
Is the stain Metallic or Organic? This on site test was developed to answer this question and provide a step-by-step solution for removal.

Step 1: Begin by taking a plastic bottle and filling it with rocks or sand and water. Replace the cap and attach a sponge with rubber bands to the bottle. The bottle must become submersible.

Step 2: Soak the sponge with ProTeam Metal Magic and place it on the stain under the pool or spa water. Allow the ProTeam Metal Magic to work on the stain for five minutes. If the area near the sponge turns yellow, it is an organic stain and should be treated with an algae removal approach. If the pool or spa finish returns to the original color, the stain is metallic and will be easily removed. Refer to Step 4 for the Metal Magic Treatment Guide. If there is no change in the appearance of the stain, it is a metallic stain with multiple layers. Re-soak the sponge in ProTeam Metal Magic and place it on the stain for fifteen minutes. If the pool or spa finish returns to the original color, refer to Step 4 for the Metal Magic Treatment Guide. If the stain is still present, re-soak the sponge in ProTeam Metal Magic and place it on the stain for thirty minutes. 99% of the time, the finish will return to the original color in thirty minutes or less. Refer to Step 4 for the Metal Magic Treatment Guide

Step 3: Raise the pool or spa water above the normal level to avoid a bathtub ring look to the finish.

Step 4: Treat the water using ProTeam Metal Magic and Sponge Test time table.
Five Minutes: 1 Quart ProTeam Metal Magic per 10,000 gallons of water.
Fifteen Minutes: 1 Quart ProTeam Metal Magic per 5,000 gallons of water.
Thirty Minutes: 1 Quart ProTeam Metal Magic per 2,500 gallons of water.

Continue running the pump and filter for three days frequently checking the filter pressure and backwashing or cleaning as necessary. Metal Magic lifts the metal stain from the pool or spa surface and changes it into a crystal that is removed from the water by the filter. The water may turn milky indicating the Metal MAgic is working faster than the filter. Continue filtering until the water clears. ProTeam Metal Magic should be used with a pH at 7.5 or above. It is not affected by Cyanuric Acid levels. Calcium will be lowered to 350-375 ppm. Metal Magic is safe to use on all pool or spa surfaces. It will remove the metal from the water before it will remove the stain

Customer Reviews

Based on 26 reviews
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(18)
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Simeon Walton
Metal Magic

This product works pretty good. I have had the water turn cloudy after using this product and it takes a few days to clear up. Once it clears the pool stays clean for a couple of weeks, then the metal stains start to come back. It tends to be an expensive product for regular use.

G
George Riordan
No effect

We purchased the Pro Team Metal Magic and applied as directed. We used the heavier dose as recommended and it had little to no effect on the copper stains in the pool. We followed directions perfectly in all regards, but the product simply didn't do much of anything. After two weeks, we drained the pool and acid bathed the entire surface.....Copper stains completely gone....
This product seems like a typical "short-cut" that doesn't really work. You get what you pay for...spend the money to have your pool acid bathed instead

P
Peter Toland
Pretty magical

We moved into a home with a pool that had pretty bad staining from cast iron pipes. Did the citric acid deal. Worked pretty well but months of effort required to then get the sequestered iron out of the water. Much re-plated back on the pool walls.
Found Metal Magic on the net stating that resultant bound-up metal (and calcium) would be trapped by a conventional filter. And lo and behold it was. But many cleanings of the filter were required over the next few weeks. And most of the trapped material seemed to be calcium. Not that that's necessarily a bad thing. It did make a significant difference to the re-plated iron and I am happy with the results. I don't know how good a job it would have done if used initially on the bad staining. The calcium hardness went way too low and had to be adjusted but not a big deal. Just something to watch out for.

J
Jesse Fowler

ProTeam Metal Magic 32 oz.

S
Sandra Smith
Metal Magic

This product worked well, however with my water quality I do believe I'll need another application for this season. Yes, I'd gladly recommend this product to others!!!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 26 reviews
69%
(18)
12%
(3)
8%
(2)
4%
(1)
8%
(2)
S
Simeon Walton
Metal Magic

This product works pretty good. I have had the water turn cloudy after using this product and it takes a few days to clear up. Once it clears the pool stays clean for a couple of weeks, then the metal stains start to come back. It tends to be an expensive product for regular use.

G
George Riordan
No effect

We purchased the Pro Team Metal Magic and applied as directed. We used the heavier dose as recommended and it had little to no effect on the copper stains in the pool. We followed directions perfectly in all regards, but the product simply didn't do much of anything. After two weeks, we drained the pool and acid bathed the entire surface.....Copper stains completely gone....
This product seems like a typical "short-cut" that doesn't really work. You get what you pay for...spend the money to have your pool acid bathed instead

P
Peter Toland
Pretty magical

We moved into a home with a pool that had pretty bad staining from cast iron pipes. Did the citric acid deal. Worked pretty well but months of effort required to then get the sequestered iron out of the water. Much re-plated back on the pool walls.
Found Metal Magic on the net stating that resultant bound-up metal (and calcium) would be trapped by a conventional filter. And lo and behold it was. But many cleanings of the filter were required over the next few weeks. And most of the trapped material seemed to be calcium. Not that that's necessarily a bad thing. It did make a significant difference to the re-plated iron and I am happy with the results. I don't know how good a job it would have done if used initially on the bad staining. The calcium hardness went way too low and had to be adjusted but not a big deal. Just something to watch out for.

J
Jesse Fowler

ProTeam Metal Magic 32 oz.

S
Sandra Smith
Metal Magic

This product worked well, however with my water quality I do believe I'll need another application for this season. Yes, I'd gladly recommend this product to others!!!