How to take your pool from green to clean

How to Take Your Pool from Green to Clean

How to Take Your Pool from Green to Clean

Green is a lovely color, the color of nature, life and healthy stuff to eat. But as great as green is, you probably agree with this: it should never get anywhere near your swimming pool unless it’s an inflatable dinosaur with an adorable kid on top of it.  read more...
How to backwash and how to clean your pool sand filter

How to Backwash and Clean Your Pool Sand Filter

How to Backwash and Clean Your Pool Sand Filter

There are so many different ways you can keep a pool clean. From using a net to catch any leaves or bugs that fall into the pool to getting a dolphin pool cleaner to keep the pool clean. However, the most important way to clean your pool is called backwashing. Backwashing is an essential aspect in maintaining your pool clean and healthy, so it should always be a part of your pool cleaning routine. It is not a difficult process to undergo, and it guarantees you great results. Plus, having a pool sand filter allows for some of the easiest backwashing procedures. read more...
How to Adjust the pH Level in Your Swimming Pool

How to Adjust the pH Level in Your Swimming Pool

How to Adjust the pH Level in Your Swimming Pool

Maintaining a properly balanced pH level to your swimming pool is crucial not only for the health and freshness of the water but also for the pool structure itself. Having a low, acidic level of pH usually means the water becomes unpleasant and unhealthy to swim in, and the metal fittings, equipment, and the overall pool surface get damaged gradually. It's important to know at what levels pH can become harmful and even create hazardous environments (click here to learn more) so that you can then put measures in place to correct them and restore safety. The advisable pH level for your pool water should be somewhere between 7.4 and 7.8 – anything beyond these limits won't bring you much good. read more...