Don’t you love the feeling of a cool splash in the hot summer sun? It’s even better when it comes from your pool! But sometimes, pools need help to stay looking beautiful and inviting. That’s where specialty pool chemicals come into play. Learn how they work to keep your pool clean and what you should know before using them.
How long should you wait to swim after shocking your pool? It depends on the type of shock you use. Here's a quick guide on how long to wait.
Exactly how much shock should you add to your pool? It depends on your pool's water. Here's how to calculate the right amount of pool shock.
If your total alkalinity levels are too high, here's how to how to lower alkalinity in a pool with either muriatic acid or pH reducer.
Are your pool's pH levels too high? Here's how to lower pH in a pool using either pH decreaser or muriatic acid.
Need to raise the cyanuric acid in your pool? Here are two simple ways to bring up the CYA levels in your pool.
Pool clarifier is an easy way to clear up cloudy pool water. But how should you use it? Here's when to use a water clarifier for your pool.
Pool flocculant can clear up cloudy pool water fast. But when should you use flocculant over clarifier? Here's exactly how to use pool floc.
Nitrates in your pool? Only one solution: Get every bit of nitrate out! Or, do the logical thing, and educate yourself first. You’ll be glad you did.
You've probably heard phosphate remover is essential to pool care. We did some research and the truth is, it's not. Learn why you should save your money.