Pool chlorine is an important part of the pool maintenance process. Chlorine typically comes in tablet or liquid form that are then added to a skimmer basket or floating dispenser. Learn about all the different types of chlorine available and how to use it in your pool.
Does adding a pool chemical once a year sound too good to be true? Welcome to pool stabilizer! Learn how important it is to your pool's cleanliness.
How do you know if your pool suffers from chlorine lock or demand? Hint: Only one of them is a valid problem. Find out which one and how to fix it.
Is your chlorine too high? We’ll show you how to reduce your chlorine levels and usage in your swimming pool.
A chlorinator will take some of the work out of your maintenance schedule, and ensure your pool water is constantly and consistently sanitized.
Also called pool conditioner or chlorine stabilizer, cyanuric acid is vital to your pool's chemistry. Learn how and why to include it in your water care.
Which one's the better sanitizer? Liquid chlorine or chlorine granules? The answer won't shock you: It depends.
Is there enough free chlorine in your pool? If not, the pool's not as clean as you think it is. The key is understanding both total and free chlorine.
Been a while since you shocked your pool? You're laying out a doormat for algae and other contaminants. Put up a keep out sign with a dose of pool shock.
Does the type of pool shock you use make a difference? If you're not using calcium hypochlorite to shock your pool, you may want to reconsider your choice.
Learn the difference between stabilized and unstabilized chlorine so you can choose the one that will work best in your pool.