You can do a couple of different things every week to keep your pool looking its best. Our weekly maintenance plan will prevent algae from growing in your pool, control your metal levels, and keep your pool clean and clear. We recommend choosing one day out of the week and completing these steps on that day.
The first step you should complete is brushing your pool walls and floors. Brushing will help prevent the build-up of mineral deposits along the waterline. It will also prevent algae and other build-ups on your pool surface.
Next, you should vacuum your pool. This keeps your pool clean and free of dirt and debris. You can set your filter to "waste" so that this dirt and debris will not filter back into your pool.
Backwash and Rinse
Backwashing and rinsing your filter dislodges dirt that may have become trapped and flushes it out through your multiport valve waste line. This will keep your pool water clean and filtration equipment in peak condition.
It would be best if you consistently kept chlorine tablets in your chlorinator or floater. We recommend one tablet per every 10,000 gallons. You should check these tablets every once in a while and replace them when they run out.
Shocking weekly will allow you to raise your chlorine level. This will rid your pool of contaminants and sanitize your water. This is also necessary to maintain your pool's water chemistry.
GLB Algimycin 2000
GLB Algimycin 2000 kills, prevents, and controls all algae types. Your weekly dosage will depend on your pool size. Having algae in your pool can be an expensive hassle to overcome. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
GLB Sequa-Sol is your metal and stain control. This helps to maintain low iron and copper levels in your water. It also prevents build-up on your walls and your plumbing and extends the life of your pool's equipment! Your weekly dosage will depend on the size of your pool.
Clarifier can is used to clear up a cloudy pool. It can also be used to add that extra sparkle to an already clear pool. This works by thickening tiny particles and oils that form in your pool water so they can filter out.