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cleaning chlorine swimming pools -

by:Boom Home     2020-02-29
To fill your pool with soda water without harmful bacteria and sticky green algae, a professional pool cleaner should be hired, or you can learn to clean it yourself (or hire your teen for a lower price!).The chlorine pool needs to be cleaned using three methods of chemical additives, continuous filtration and some manual cleaning.Adding chemicals to kill bacterial chlorine is one of the nine most popular chemicals used in every ten residential swimming pools today.However, chlorine has many side effects, such as red eyes, itchy skin and white hair.People who swim every day pay special attention to these effects.Baquacil offers a second option that is a little less demanding for the eyes of the swimmer.The brine system is another popular option.Salt water is actually good for hair and skin and much less irritating to the eyes.In addition to the chemicals, you need to adjust the pH of the pool water and use additives that help keep the pH at the best level so that the chemicals can complete the work of cleaning and disinfecting the water.For those who absolutely refuse to use any chemical, one option is to use aquatic plants and fish to clean the natural pool of the pool water.If your pool is mainly for beauty or you don\'t mind swimming with aquatic life, this may be the perfect choice for you!When the water passes through a large filter cartridge filled with silica or boiling sand, filter efficiently to remove debris, and any debris in the water is captured when the clear water cycles back to the pool.Cleaning experts say that in order to effectively clean all the water in the pool, your filter should run for 6 to 8 hours a day.In addition to filtration, the salt pool uses electrolysis to keep the water clean.Basically, salt becomes a mild chlorine.Even if you use all the right chemicals and you have the most effective water filtration system, you still need to manually clean some areas of the pool.Pool nets should be used to skim leaves, bugs and other floating debris from the surface.Any algae that may form on the wall can be removed with a pool brush or vacuum.As leaves and other sundries tend to settle at the bottom, the floor should be vacuuming regularly.Note about the salt water pool eliminates the need to store harmful chemicals as the salt itself is used to produce enough chlorine from my storageWash the water cleanThe only work you need to do is to occasionally check the salt content in the pool and possibly add more salt to remove any debris entering the water, such as leaves or dirt.You can use the net to skim these off the top, or occasionally vacuum the floor when the pieces settle down.
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