At PoolSupplies.com we try to make opening up your swimming pool easy with our Spring opening pool chemical kits. Whether it’s your first time opening up your pool or you’re an experienced owner, we wanted to break down what’s included in our most popular kits.
Learning how to shock your pool is a small rite of passage for pool owners. Shocking your pool is an important part of keeping your pool water clean. Otherwise known as superchlorinating, shocking is the act of adding chlorine to your pool to quickly and dramatically raise your pool’s chlorine level.
It happens to the best of us. Despite our best efforts to maintain a clean swimming pool, every now and then the crystal clear water gets sullied with shades of green. What turns such a pristine pool into a swamp?
When it comes to storing your pool chemicals the most important thing to keep in mind is that they are all active toxins and have the potential to be very dangerous. Therefore, when it comes to storing them, it is important to err on the side of caution to avoid any mishaps.
As a new pool owner there is a huge choice for you to make. That choice is the decision between making your pool salt water or freshwater. There are pro’s and con’s for both freshwater and salt water pools. First let’s talk about both of these options and compare from there.
We have grown to have a firmer understanding over the years of chemicals and how they react and work with each other. Knowing the dangers that germs and bacteria present for pools helps us prevent the spread of those germs; sanitization is one way of preventing your pool from becoming contaminated through the use of chlorine. Listed below are the benefits of using chlorine in the pool.