Pool Cleaning Chemicals
Keeping your pool clean can sometimes be a time consuming task. But it doesn't have to be. With the use of the right chemicals, you can get your pool clean and keep it that way with minimal work. Check out our full line of pool cleaning chemicals below.
Instead of hiring a professional pool service to clean your pool, it is always good to try yourself first. It is much less expensive and can be very simple! If you're reading this, you've already taken the biggest step by researching how to do it! Let's get started, first off, the secret to pristine pool health is regular, routine care. Even if a service company maintains your pool, there are still a few things your must do to ensure your pool stays in good condition for years to come. Before ever adding ANY chemicals to the water, make sure you skim out any debris from the pool's surface and clean out the skimmer and pump baskets. If you neglect to skim out the leaves or debris, it will eventually float to the bottom and/or dissolve. This could cause staining on your pool or affect your pool's water chemistry adversely. Plus, the less dirt and debris in the water, the less chlorine your pool will use. Its a win-win for your pool and your pocketbook, the only thing it costs you is about 10 minutes every few days! Next, it's a good idea to vacuum and bruch your pool regularly, typically once per week. If you have an automatic pool cleaner, ensure it is cleaning up the walls, if not, you need to manually clean the walls. Even if you do have an automatic pool cleaner, sometimes you may need to vacuum or brush certain spots in your pool, and especially above the water line to deter any possibility of staining. Finally, make sure you keep the filter clean! There are three types of pool filters and each require a different method to clean. Make sure you know your filter type and clean it properly. There are also other steps to ensure your pools stays crystal clear, but these three simple things can greatly reduce the amount of chemicals your pool uses and also save you money from expensive maintenance bills.