Tips to keep your pool squeaky clean 

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If you own a swimming pool, you must invest in keeping it clean, hygienic, and pollutant-free at all times. Not sure how to start with it? We are here to help.

If you want to keep your pool shining and sparkling clean, have a peek here.

  • Check pool chemistry 

Thanks to advanced science, professionals can check pool chemistry with test strips and kits available at their disposal. It helps you to get an insight into how chemically balanced the pool water is. You can buy such a kit and check pool chemistry at least once a week. Make sure to perform the test during the season change.

  • Empty skimmer basket 

Skimmer baskets are usually installed on the side of a pool. It is primarily used to skim the pool surface, before contaminants and debris are saturated and get down. An effective skimmer is highly potential to skim off the surface of the pool. This is a must-have for any and every pool that is available for public usage. Your responsibility is to clean the skimmer basket at least twice a week.

  • Clean the lint and hair pot  

Just as you should clean the skimmer basket regularly, so you should do with the hair and the lint pot. Depending on how many people use the pool, you should clean it once or twice a week.

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To do this, you have to turn off the pump and then release pressure on the system.

  • Check chlorinator 

As the name suggests, a chlorinator precisely measures the chlorine level in the pool. Frequently check your incline chlorinator or automatic deck chlorinator for possible clogging, loading, and tablet levels. Depending on the unit, you need to ensure that the chlorine level is properly maintained.

  • Check ozone generator 

If you have an ozone generator at your disposal, take your pool sanitization to the next level. Ozone is a type of oxygen that purifies the pool as it reacts with the water. It reduces the amount of chlorine and keeps your pool clean. Make sure that the generator is on all the time.

  • Clean the pool filter 

Every pool has a filter. Here are a few things you need to do:

  1. Make sure that the water-hose cleaner is not sluggish
  2. The drain at the bottom of the pool is not obstructed
  3. There’s no abnormal smell in the pool

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