St. Patrick's Day is just around the corner!
Celebrate the holiday like they do in Forsyth Park (Savannah, Georgia) or at the San Antonio Riverwalk (Texas) with our Emerald Green water dye. This dye is specifically designed for use in fountains, small ponds, water features, and canals.
Pond dyes are one of the easiest products to apply to a pond! In many cases, pouring the product in one area will do the trick, and the dye itself with spread out on its own. Depending on how you are using Emerald Green with your festivities, you might need to get a little more creative with application. If applying to a larger pond or a river, you may want to walk around the edge, use a boat, or even a type of sprayer to allow the dye to spread out more quickly and get the most out of the experience.
Colorant is largely based on personal preference. Every body of water will take a colorant differently. Existing pond dye can alter the color of Emerald Green. We advise users to test a sample from the body of water by adding a drop of dye to a glass of pond water to test the dye reaction to current pigments in water. When adding Emerald Green water dye to city water expect dye to last for a shorter period of time due to the chlorine in city water.