Removing Organic Stains in Pools
Getting rid of swimming pool stains is one of the toughest jobs in maintaining healthy pool water. Identifying what type of swimming pool stain can make the job easier. On our previous article Swimming Pool Stains, will help you identify the two types of pool stains. This article will inform you how to make the stains go away.
If you are still in doubt on what type of stain your pool has, you may carry out a test to better find out. For organic stain, the advisable pH level is between 7.4-7.6. While between 100-150 ppm level for Alkalinity. Following these suggested levels of pH and alkalinity will make the chlorine more efficient. Then proceed with the shock treatment. Shocking the pool is advisable to carry out at night. Stand by for a few hours, just in time to make sure that the treatment is properly spread and distributed evenly in the swimming pool water. Put additional granular chlorine exactly on the affected area of the stain. Wait until the chlorine to absorb, then, brush it or use a soft scrubber. You may continue applying additional chlorine and brushing the stain until thoroughly clean.
Enzyme treatment can also be used for super tough organic stains that are difficult for just chlorine to break it down. To make sure in everything you do with your pool, please contact a knowledgeable company like AQUA DOC POOL CLINIC. For your inquiries, just click this link and fill out the needed information. We will be sure we get in touch with you the soonest!
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