Monterey Black Pond Dye is designed to be used in ponds, fountains, lakes and lagoons, improving their aesthetic appearance by giving them a light shade of color. Once the dye has dissipated, the water can be used for fishing, swimming, or irrigation and it will not stain fish, birds or livestock. Just apply a quart of the product for each acre of water that is between 4 and 6 feet deep. Make sure to apply the dye in different areas of the pond so the dye spreads evenly. If a deeper shade of color is desired, just add more dye to the pond.
Wash hands after handling. May be harmful if swallowed. Wear rubber gloves and eye protection. Avoid contact with skin. If product comes into contact with skin, wash thoroughly. In case of eye contact, wash thoroughly with clear water. If irritation persists, contact a physician immediately. When applied at the recommended rates, Monterey Black Pond Dye will not stain birds or fish, and is harmless to humans as well as wildlife. Monterey Black Pond Dye will not disrupt fishing, swimming or irrigation once product has dispersed. However, do not swim, fish, or irrigate from ponds treated with Monterey Black Pond Dye until the product has thoroughly dispersed. Wear rubber gloves when applying to protect hands from staining. Do not apply to streams, rivers or ponds not under control of the user. If spilled, clean up with water before the product has a chance to dry.