Summer is right here, right now. There's no better way to refresh ourselves and family by taking a swimming in our clean and clear pool around us. But there's much more pool problems during this heat period of time too which required more professional work to maintain and fix our Swimming Pool Problems. The below tips are from AQUALCEAR pool professionals for you.
1.Test the Swimming Pool water at least 2–3 times per week.
2.Keep your floating or automatic chlorinator well-stocked with chlorine tablets (Mainly Trichloroisocyanuric Acid Tablet or TCCA Tablets in short) to maintain a Free Available Chlorine (FAC) level of 1–4 parts per million (ppm).
3.Use stabilized chlorine tablets (Mainly Trichloroisocyanuric Acid Tablet or TCCA Tablets, Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate Tablet or SDIC Tablets, NaDCC Tablets) to keep your water sanitized on a daily basis. Stabilized chlorine tablets contain Cyanuric Acid (CYA), which acts as a sunscreen for your chlorine, protecting it against breakdown from the sun’s UV rays. Using tablets regularly helps ensure your CYA levels stay above the minimum recommended level. But if your pool’s CYA level is below the recommended range of 30–50 ppm — such as after a fresh refill — use Chlorine stabilizer, also called conditioner, to raise the level and protect your chlorine.
4.Shock your Swimming pool every week to eliminate contaminants and keep algae at bay. And please — shocking your pool at night allows for a more efficient shock treatment, as the chlorine binds to Cyanuric Acid during the daylight hours. If you use stabilized chlorine tablets as your primary sanitizer, we suggest using unstabilized Calcium Hypochlorite (Cal Hypo) shock to keep your CYA levels from rising too quickly.