How to Eliminate Algae is Swimming Pool?

Sep 10th

Algae in swimming pool is a common problem and this happens if you don’t clean the swimming pool environment regularly, such as the pool wall, the filter, and also the dose of the chlorine doesn’t reached it’s minimum level so the algae quickly return and rapidly growing. That is why having a swimming pool requires maintenance. Somehow it’s useless to have a swimming pool that is to green to swim. Yes, we should get rid off the green algae immediately, we are the one who should enjoy it everyday not the algae. It’s designed for exciting human being like us, especially on a hot day, and it’s not an algae pond. So let’s clean it up. I will tell you how.

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To eliminate algae in swimming pool first you have to brush all the algae which are attached to your pool walls and floor. This action will reduce amount of time to clear and kill the algae bloom. If you had a pool vacuum you can use it after you brush it. But if you don’t will go to the next step. To make sure that all the algae are killed we can use a measurable water quality tester. Algae won’t live on a concentrated chlorine water, nothing organic will do. So, you have to ensure that the chlorine level was suitable for your swimming pool. Because to many chlorine doesn’t mean any good to your swimming pool either. If the dose of chlorine was to high it will impair it’s deficiency to do so. Therefore check your pool water pH, the pH level your water pool must have is on the range of 7,2 until 7,6.

 

Also don’t forget to clean up your water filter. If the algae is stuck on your water filter, it means that in no time the algae will comeback soon to make your swimming pool green. This easy step will reduce algae in swimming pool, but if you don’t succeed maybe it’s time you call somebody professional who surely can do it for you.