Tips on Operating, Care, Installation & Maintenance
Make sure that you maintain the ideal chemical levels for your pool. Swimming in a clean, balanced pool will ensure that you have the most enjoyable time. Follow the chart below to make sure that you have the right pH, alkalinity, calcium hardness, and stabilizer levels or the right pool chemicals to get them there!
|CHEMICAL||IDEAL LEVEL||TO RAISE||TO LOWER|
|2.0||Shock the pool||Turn chlorinator down|
|Add soda ash||*Add muriatic acid (diluted)|
|80-100 ppm||Add baking soda
|**Add muriatic acid|
|250-500 ppm||Add calcium chloride||Drain pool and refill|
|20-50 ppm||Add… Continue reading|
Pool season is close! Most pool owners know how to chlorinate their pool or treat for algae if needed at opening. Balancing the other key elements in your pool chemistry, such as pH, stabilizer, calcium hardness, and total alkalinity levels, can be more confusing. Here are the instructions that you need to make sure that your pool water is sparkling clear. Testing and correcting your pool water at home has never been easier.