Category / Water Chemistry
Learn the differences between the different types of chlorine found in your swimming pool to ensure proper water cleanliness and clarity.
This guide will help you understand what Total Dissolved Solids are and how to measure their levels in your water. Owners of above ground pools must learn to balance certain levels to maintain a clean pool.
Although having a saltwater above ground pool requires less maintenance than a chlorine pool, there are still some basic guidelines to follow.
In addition to your regular maintenance, common circumstances in which it’s a good idea to add shock to your pool water are explained in this article.
Although having a saltwater above ground pool requires less maintenance than a chlorine pool, it definitely is not maintenance free.
You must learn to test and balance pool chemicals in order to kill bacteria and have clear water. Use the HydroTools 4-in-1 Test Kit for accurate results.
A bad storm can have damaging effects to your above ground pool as well as your accessories. Take some time to properly prepare for an upcoming storm.
There is more than one way to keep your above ground pool water sparkling clean. Learn about the different methods and technology available.
You need to know how to accurately test your pool water so that it stays clean and clear. It is not a difficult process and will take only a few minutes of your time.
This guide will provide you with step by step instructions on how to operate the Solaxx SafeDip Digital Chemistry Tester.
There are many different above ground pool test kits available. This guide will help you distinguish between them and find out which one is right for you.
You need to be very careful when handling pool chemicals as well as when storing pool chemicals...
It's extremely easy to maintain you’re above ground pool with a Pool Frog System...
The following article covers pool water conversion from pools using Baquacil to Chlorine. The best time to complete...
This tutorial demonstrates how one can raise or lower levels of pool chlorine in their swimming pool. Always test the water before adding any chemicals.
Cloudy or dull pool water is caused by improper chemical balance or fine debris in the pool water. There are many...
Learn how some quick and easy tips to balance your pool chemicals to enjoy your pool and make your water sparkle this season.
The following are 10 myths about swimming pool chemicals that anyone who has a swimming pool should be aware of.
How To Treat Your Cloudy Pool