What do I do if my pet drinks Seasol?

If your pet drinks Seasol, it would be advisable to supply him/her with plenty of fresh water to dilute the contents in the stomach. Due to its alkalinity, gastric irritation may result if significant quantities of the concentrate are ingested. In this case please contact your vet. Please find our Seasol Safety Data Sheet at the end of the Seasol Product page, under SAFETY & ANALYSIS or go to https://www.seasol.com.au/home-garden/safety-data-sheet/


Seasol or PowerFeed has stained my pavers, what can I do to get it off?

Because of the naturally occurring colour of kelp, fish and humate, Seasol or PowerFeed can stain just like beetroot and red wine. If you do spill Seasol or PowerFeed on concrete or pavers you should rinse it off ASAP to avoid staining. If you have an existing stain, try applying a product called ’30 Seconds’. It is a Sodium Hypochlorite based cleaner. Other customers have had great success removing Seasol or PowerFeed stains on pavers and concrete with this product. Remember to test this product on a small patch to ensure it doesn’t damage the pavers.


Does Seasol contain a lot of salt?

Seasol is made from two species of seaweed – Bull Kelp (Durvillaea potatorum), Chile Bull Kelp (Durvillaea Antarctica) and Knotted Kelp (Ascophyllum nodosum), both which come from the sea. The sodium and chloride levels are very low because the kelps do not actually absorb the salt.



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