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Is Calcium Building Up On the Waterline of Your Pool?

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A common issue that every pool owner will encounter at some point down the road would be calcium buildup in the area around the pool. Calcium buildup can cause your pool to look dated and aged. You spend tens and thousands on a new pool why not just keep it that way? We see so many pools in which the owner didn’t control it! But not everyone knows until it happens to them!

The waterline is the usual residue point

The waterline is the most common area for calcium and lime to build up. It’s very important to address it at first sight so it can’t become a big deal because as these build up it causes damage to your pool whether you see it or not. It gets in the pool filters that are designed for soft objects, not hard calcium. See how this can be a potential issue? Another common thing that will happen if it is left untreated for too long is that it will continue to damage the plaster and grow. This will grow anyplace near the pool that is constantly wet. Now that leaves you with 2 problems to fix because the first wasn’t addressed when it should have been!

Is calcium deposits irritating your eyes?

A lot of people enjoy swimming with their eyes open and not with goggles. When it gets to a certain point calcium deposit can start to just appear in the pool. This leaves the swimmers at risk of opening their eyes underwater. Another thing is that it leaves the pool uncomfortable. Leaving particles in the pool and making it uncomfortable for swimmers, causing debris to get into the eyes

Getting rid of calcium deposits

You can very easily take care of this and save yourself some money by grabbing yourself some toothpaste, baking soda, and vinegar. Using knees together and scraping off the calcium deposits can be much help. Another thing you can do is clean it with muriatic acid. This is a lot more powerful and should be handled with extreme caution. You can pick up muriatic acid at just about any pool store. But before you do any of this, contact your local pool store and tell them your situation. See if they can offer any advice on what would best help you in the end.

Let’s help you get rid of calcium deposits

You don’t have to expose yourself to danger and break your back trying to get rid of calcium deposits. These are extremely difficult deposits to clean from your pool waterline. Let’s step in with our specialized tools, equipment, and years of experience to get rid of this problem for you easily.

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How a Calcium Releaser Can Help You Remove Calcium Deposits in Your Pool

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“How to get rid of calcium deposits in your pool”

This must be one of the many questions on the mind of a pool owner.

And here I will be giving 5 ways on how to remove calcium deposits from your pool! And not only will it look better, but it will also allow you to enjoy your pool like you once did!

1. Use a calcium releaser

These products make it easy to remove calcium deposits. While selecting your product, select acid-free calcium releasers, as these products are left a long time on your pool tile before scrubbing off, and the acid could destroy your pool finish.

Be careful when using these products. Even though it says “acid-free”, it still contains substances that aren’t great for the human skin or lungs. Make sure to wear protective equipment when working with calcium releasers in removing calcium deposits in your pool.

2. Use scaling treatment

If your pool is made of fiber glass, scaling treatment is advised because other methods would scratch the glass since they involve brushing.

3. Use a pumice

This rock is also effective in removing calcium deposits in pools, make sure the surface of both the rock and the pool is wet, and do not scrub too hard in order not to deface your pool.

4. Use white vinegar and a scrub brush

Fill a water bottle spray with half water and half vinegar solution, spray on your pool tile and leave for some minutes before rubbing gently with a scrub brush.

5. Use muriatic acid

This is also known as Hydrochloric acid, this acid has high strength in removing mineral deposits, calcium deposits inclusive.While using it, you should be fully clothed with your google and gloves in order to avoid safety hazards. Make sure not to leave the acid too long because you do not want to destroy the finish of your pool.

How to Remove Lime Deposits

If lime develops in your pool, you should hire pool maintenance professionals to inspect and clean up debris from its surfaces. Most pool cleaning services make a diagnosis for the localization as well as the elimination of limescale.

So how do you know if your pool contains limestone?

Look for white or light gray spots on the sides and bottom of the pool, as well as the edges of the pool deck. Limestone forms scaly spots or streaks when the pH of the pool water and the calcium levels in the water are out of balance.

Although this build-up of lime can be removed, it can be difficult to do so. This article provides homeowners with tips that any pool maintenance company wouldn’t want you to know to remove lime deposits from the pool walls and prevent their return.

Types of Calcium that Leave Deposits

There are 2 common types of calcium that form lime in a pool: calcium carbonate and calcium silicate. It is important to understand which type harms the walls of your pool.

The calcium carbonate is white, scaly and easily detached. Calcium silicate is slightly gray and more solid, which makes it more difficult to remove.

If the walls of your pool contain calcium silicate, the scale on the walls of your pool is a symptom of a more serious problem: calcium scale in the plumbing and filtration system. This is a problem that only a professional pool maintenance company can deal with.

If you don’t know what type you have on your pool , use a dropper to pour muriatic acid on the deposits. Calcium carbonate will foam in reaction to acids. Calcium silicate, being a more solid substance with a robust construction, will remain unchanged.

Removing Calcium Carbonate

If your pool contains calcium carbonate, removing it is easy, but takes time.

You can use a rough but harmless object for tiles such as a wet pumice stone or an eraser to flake off deposits.

You can also get calcium descaling treatment solutions from a pool service company or a pool supply store. Follow the product instructions to avoid damaging the pool water or injuring yourself.

Removal of Calcium Silicate

Calcium silicate is incredibly difficult to remove on your own. You can try using a pumice stone, but it will take a ton of elbow grease and time to complete the process successfully.

If you have a vinyl or fiberglass pool , this will not work at all. Even some descaling treatments can take months to break down the lasting calcium silicate.

You will likely need to hire pool maintenance professionals to remove lime build-up if you cannot do it yourself. They can also adjust the quality of your pool water, including pH and calcium levels, to prevent future buildup.

Remove limestone with a blowtorch and a polishing machine

If you have emptied your pool to clean it and you notice traces of lime, there are two methods that can get rid of this debris. These methods are effective but can take a long time depending on the size of your pool.

To remove the lime that is in the walls of your pool, just use a blowtorch to make the tartar less robust and then rub it with a wire brush. With the effect of heat, the tartar will be easily removed.

If you have limestone at the bottom of the pool, simply clean the pool thoroughly with a vacuum cleaner, then sand it with a sanding and polishing machine.

Once descaling and polishing are finished, rinse your pool with a karcher to remove debris. Then evacuate your pool, let it dry, and fill it again if you want to reuse it.

If you do not want to fill it immediately, choose a tarpaulin or a protective cover. Your pool will therefore remain intact and ready to be filled at any time you wish.

Good to know

The disadvantage of chlorine is that it makes no difference between organic impurities and the human body. The consequences after a long stay in the water are red eyes, caused by chlorine. This is the reason why most people wear swimming goggles.

Bottomline

Calcium deposits in pools can have side effects on people who use the pool, these effects can range from eye irritation to whole body irritation, they are also irritating to look at and would reduce the interest of people in your pool.

When removing these deposits, make sure you are dressed properly to avoid safety hazards and also try as much as possible not to destroy the finish of your pool.


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How to Use Well Water for Swimming Pools: Trick to Purify It

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When you want to install a salt chlorinator in a pool with well water, we recommend that you empty it and fill it with water from the water supply grid.

What are the drawbacks of well water

The reason is that lime and other minerals often cause problems in the chlorinator electrode.

During electrolysis, lime and other elements precipitate and end up being embedded in the plates of the chlorinator cell.

The performance of the electrode decreases, because the plates are electrically isolated, due to the layer of lime, which acts as an insulator.
To clean the electrode plates, the electrode must be immersed in acid, which also attacks metal.

After many washes, the electrode ends up having serious corrosion problems.

In addition, there are other salts and metals present in well water that cause other problems, both due to the sediments they cause and due to the electrochemical effects that are produced.

Lime stains in the pool

If you have ever noticed, you will have seen that there is a white line on the walls, at the height of the surface. This is caused by lime deposits.

In pools with well water, these lime deposits form in a short time, and if they are not removed, the layer becomes thicker and difficult to clean.
Another problem is the roughness that is noticeable on the walls, when passing the hand the touch is rough.

Over time, this texture favors the accumulation of dirt and makes cleaning more difficult.

In addition, if you apply acid to dilute the lime, you are also diluting the cement in the joints, damaging the lining, until you have to empty the pool to repair it.

How to use well water for the pool

On many occasions, especially in pools installed in rural areas, there is no access to running water, so there is no choice but to use well water to fill the pool.

Well, I have a trick to remove lime from the pool with well water.

Well water treatment

This trick is not for everyone. It is not difficult to apply, but you have to be careful to follow the steps correctly.

If the pool is already affected by the remains of lime, you should lower the pH as much as possible, adding a lot of acid, or liquid pH-.

With a pH lower than 6, the lime will start to thin, but so will the cement joints.

It is VERY IMPORTANT that no one takes a bath during the process. The acidity of the water will be very aggressive for people.

After a few days in this state, empty the pool completely, clean the surfaces well with acid (better to use a specific liquid or pH reducer based on sulfuric acid, because hydrochloric acid or sulfonate emits a lot of vapors).
Finally, you will have to re-grout (apply Borada or seal with cement) all the joints.

As you can see, it is slow and hard work, and it is better to do it out of season, to avoid the effects of heat on the empty pool.

With the pool empty, the next step is filling (you probably already guessed that).

Start filling it by adding shock bleach.

The well water contains a lot of organic matter, is very “alive”, and then the plant matter, such as algae, begin to react to the light of the sun. Water can go bad in a matter of hours. Sometimes the same water is already green. Don’t worry about adding more chlorine than necessary, while no one takes a bath.

How to purify well water

Now comes the secret.

Add flocculant to the water. Yes, it’s that easy, but wait, this is just the beginning.

The flocculant causes all elements other than water to stick together, forming solid “flakes” (flocs) that settle to the bottom of the pool or remain stuck in the sand filter.

Be very careful not to overdo the dose of flocculant, because the sand can stick, and you will have to replace it.

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You will have to do sand washes every few hours so that the sediment is expelled.

These remains will include lime, algae, metals, and other elements.
The water will be practically pure. You will also have to help by sweeping the bottom so that the dirt does not stay there.

You can increase the effectiveness by adding a layer of diatomaceous earth, or diatomaceous sand over the filter sand, to retain a greater amount of debris.

Anyway, think that diatomite is difficult to find and somewhat expensive, so it is not necessary to use it unless you want to do a cleaning worthy of an operating room.

Most of it will go down the drain when doing a sand wash, so this is disposable.

The process time will depend on the type of water you are treating, so you will have to experiment and observe.

You can also repeat the process after a few days. However, it is better to do it before adding salt, in salt chlorination systems.

Prevent stains on the pool tile

I am not a fan of adding chemicals to the water, so once the pool is filled with purified water, I would try to avoid adding other products. For that, it is important that the chlorine level and the pH are perfect. There is nothing else to do.

When adding water, after washing, or simply to compensate for evaporation, we must bear in mind that we have also added lime, so we can repeat the process from time to time.

It should be done as a shock treatment. We do not recommend using maintenance flocculant, because it is still a chemical product which in large quantities is unhealthy, as you can see in this post.

If you’ve done enough washes to remove most of the lime, you’ll see that the water is crystal clear and the walls shiny.

Run your hand over the walls periodically, to make sure that the touch is smooth (but not slippery, which would be a sign of algae formation).
If you notice that they become rough, you should lower the pH a little and do another anti-limescale treatment.

Try to have these treatments done on the days that the pool is not used, to avoid exposure to bathers, especially with low pH.

Use of anti-scale products for swimming pools

There are products that keep lime in suspension, so they don’t really remove it, they just keep it from sticking to the walls.

This is an ineffective solution because it forces you to continually add chemical products, with the risks that they entail, and it also does not completely prevent lime from becoming embedded in the chlorinator electrodes.

The flocculant and sand wash trick works better, because you’re actually getting a lot of the lime out of the pool.

Other options to reduce pool limescale

In facilities with intensive use, such as spas and hotels, a tank can be installed to flocculate the water before adding it to the pool. In addition, filters or osmosis systems can be installed, which can purify the water, leaving it almost as if it were distilled.

These systems are not justified in domestic swimming pools, because with good flocculation the water quality is already very good.


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How to Remove Lime Deposits From Your Pool

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When it comes to your body, calcium is a very good thing, but when it comes to your pool, it is not. When calcium forms on your pool, an effect known as limescale, your pool can look unsightly and even be in danger.

If lime develops in your pool, you should hire pool maintenance professionals to inspect and clean up debris from its surfaces. Most pool cleaning services make a diagnosis for the localization as well as the elimination of limescale.

If you want to do it yourself, read the rest of the article.

So how do you know if your pool contains limestone?

Look for white or light gray spots on the sides and bottom of the pool, as well as the edges of the pool deck. Limestone forms scaly spots or streaks when the pH of the pool water and the calcium levels in the water are out of balance.

Although this build-up of lime can be removed, it can be difficult to do so. This article provides homeowners with tips that any pool maintenance company wouldn’t want you to know to remove lime deposits from the pool walls and prevent their return.

Types of Calcium that Leave Deposits

There are 2 common types of calcium that form lime in a pool: calcium carbonate and calcium silicate . It is important to understand which type harms the walls of your pool .

The calcium carbonate is white, scaly and easily detached. Calcium silicate is slightly gray and more solid, which makes it more difficult to remove.

If the walls of your pool contain calcium silicate, the scale on the walls of your pool is a symptom of a more serious problem: calcium scale in the plumbing and filtration system. This is a problem that only a professional pool maintenance company can deal with.

If you don’t know what type you have on your pool , use a dropper to pour muriatic acid on the deposits. Calcium carbonate will foam in reaction to acids. Calcium silicate, being a more solid substance with a robust construction, will remain unchanged.

Removing Calcium Carbonate

If your pool contains calcium carbonate, removing it is easy, but takes time.

You can use a rough but harmless object for tiles such as a wet pumice stone or an eraser to flake off deposits.

You can also get calcium descaling treatment solutions from a pool service company or a pool supply store. Follow the product instructions to avoid damaging the pool water or injuring yourself.

Removal of Calcium Silicate

Calcium silicate is incredibly difficult to remove on your own. You can try using a pumice stone, but it will take a ton of elbow grease and time to complete the process successfully.

If you have a vinyl or fiberglass pool , this will not work at all. Even some descaling treatments can take months to break down the lasting calcium silicate.

You will likely need to hire pool maintenance professionals to remove lime build-up if you cannot do it yourself. They can also adjust the quality of your pool water, including pH and calcium levels, to prevent future buildup.

Remove limestone with a blowtorch and a polishing machine

If you have emptied your pool to clean it and you notice traces of lime, there are two methods that can get rid of this debris. These methods are effective but can take a long time depending on the size of your pool.

To remove the lime that is in the walls of your pool, just use a blowtorch to make the tartar less robust and then rub it with a wire brush. With the effect of heat, the tartar will be easily removed.

If you have limestone at the bottom of the pool, simply clean the pool thoroughly with a vacuum cleaner, then sand it with a sanding and polishing machine.

Once descaling and polishing are finished, rinse your pool with a karcher to remove debris. Then evacuate your pool, let it dry, and fill it again if you want to reuse it.

If you do not want to fill it immediately, choose a tarpaulin or a protective cover. Your pool will therefore remain intact and ready to be filled at any time you wish.

Good to know

The disadvantage of chlorine is that it makes no difference between organic impurities and the human body. The consequences after a long stay in the water are red eyes, caused by chlorine. This is the reason why most people wear swimming goggles.

Here’s a video that summarizes all we’ve said:


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Lime Deposits: How Chlorine Helps You in Regular Pool Treatment

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Clean, healthy pool water should be the ultimate goal for any pool owner. The most common solution to achieve this is a regular treatment of the pool water to remove lime and debris.

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However, the wrong dosage of cleaning products can lead to the accumulation of several layers of limestone on the walls and in the pool’s bottom. To remove this debris, you need to understand everything that can make them appear.

The Importance of Chlorine for the Pool

Chlorine is the first choice for maintaining healthy pool water. Chlorine has been used for years in swimming pools around the world.

It is a highly reactive chemical that reacts with all kinds of biological impurities in water.

If these organic impurities are not treated with care, bacteria can develop algae or even a bio-film.

What Happens if a Swimming Pool is not Well-balanced?

If the pool water has a high calcium hardness or other debris, this can cause technical problems. Like fouling or lime in the pipes and in the pool itself.

As a result, the maintenance and cleaning of the pool will increase. If the supply water is very hard, large amounts of lime can deposit on the sides of the pool.

Even if there is only a little calcium carbonate in the water, and following an unbalanced addition of chlorine and PH, lime will form at the level of the evaporation line of the water as well as on the pool walls. These lime deposits at the edge of the pool are often difficult to remove and involve manual work.

Water Filtration Rings: Less Effort, Less Cost

Compared to the maintenance consequences described above, the solutions seem incredibly simple.

The main configuration of a swimming pool is always the same. There is a filter system, a pump, and maybe a heating element, that’s all.

In accordance with the size of the pool, you must install a ring at the freshwater supply line and another ring in the circulation line. In the case of a large public swimming pool, install in the circulation line of each swimming pool, to get the same results in all swimming pools.

What’s the result?

In case of calcium hardness, the ring keeps the dissolved calcium in the pool water, which will have a more fluid texture. Over time, the pool water will be much softer, despite the calcium.

Less crust will form on the evaporation line. And limestone debris will be much easier to remove. When you use these filters and rings, you are also fighting the growth of algae in the pool.

Many owners have stopped using chemicals since the installation of these rings.

No chlorine or other pool chemicals. Without having problems with water quality.

I would not recommend such a thing for a public pool. If countless visitors use this pool, the risk would be too great. I am sure the regulatory authorities would not agree.

However, it is preferable to use these rings even for public swimming pools in order to reduce maintenance costs for protecting pipes or walls of the swimming pool. By doing this, you will need a lot less chlorine to disinfect the water than before while maintaining the same quality of water.

In the next blog post, we will talk about how lime deposits form on your pool tiles and several ways you can get rid of the problem.


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How to Clean the White Stuff on my Pool Tile

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What is the white stuff on my pool and how does it appear?

The white or grayish deposit, also called calcium deposits, which is sometimes rough can appear on the liner of your swimming pool (on the bottom, the walls, and especially at the level of the waterline).

The formation of these deposits is because of two mineral salts naturally present in the water of your pool: calcium carbonates and magnesium. The more they are present in the water, the more they form lime residues on the walls.

You should know that from one region to another, the concentration of these mineral salts varies. This is a completely natural phenomenon that depends on the geology of the soil and the path of the water. Some pools are therefore more prone to the appearance of deposits than others.

How to measure the hardness of my swimming pool water?

The calcareous nature of water is defined by its hardness. On average, it is considered that the TH of the water in a swimming pool must be between 10 and 25 ° f (French degrees).

The tH corresponds to the hardness of the water, which indicates its concentration in limestone. It is measured in French degree (° F) and is ideal between 10 and 20 ° F. Indeed, the higher the tH, the harder the water is, that is to say, it is limestone. On the other hand, the lower it is, the softer the water.

Note: dedicated accessories allow you to easily calculate this hardness, such as connected water analysis devices, manual colorimetric testers (strips to be dipped in a water sample), or photometers.

What are the dangers of the white stuff?

Over time, lime deposits can build up. In excess, it can scale your equipment and pipes and therefore damage them or make them obsolete. It can also make the water cloudy, promote the development of algae, and irritate the sensitive skin of swimmers. So many inconveniences that can be avoided or combated.

Removing calcium deposits: the solutions

When the scale has settled, it is difficult to get rid of it. In fact, in the event of scaling, the water in the basin must be completely emptied and a descaling product used. The most powerful is to be left on. In all cases, you need a little elbow grease to rub the stains and remove them completely. Remember to remove debris after cleaning the basin.

If you cannot remove lime with a dedicated product and it damages your equipment, you may have to change it. A solution that often turns out to be expensive. Do not hesitate to seek the advice of a professional to note the damage.

Preventing calcium formation: the solutions

Prevention is better than cure! This is why it is advisable to adopt a preventive behavior by using an anti-limescale or anti-scale product.

This type of cleaning product is specially designed to prevent the formation of tartar. It is recommended to use them if the water is very hard. On the other hand, if the hardness of the water is not too high, no need to resort to it.

This type of product requires precautions for use. Read the instructions carefully. It mixes with the water in your pool, according to a precise dosage and with filtration on. On average, this treatment lasts 12 hours (during which the pool is unusable).

Besides applying an anti-limescale treatment for swimming pools, water heating should be controlled. Regular temperature monitoring limits the formation of lime. In fact, hot water tends to favor the formation of tartar. Likewise, regular maintenance and control of the quality of the water, in particular the TH and the pH, make it possible to avoid unpleasant surprises.

Do not hesitate to contact our experts for more information.


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How to Avoid White/Limestone Deposit on Your Pool?

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What is White deposit?

The white deposit is a deposit of limestone that can agglomerate on the walls and the bottom of your pool. 

What is limestone?

It is the result of a combination of calcium carbonate and magnesium carbonate which consequently forms a high TH (hardness of water).

The hardness of the water depends on your geographical region. It is the result of minerals in the soil that are dissolved during the passage of water.

 

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What problems are caused by limestone?

In addition to the aesthetics of your pool limestone can affect the filtration. The agglomeration of limestone promotes the encrustation of impurities and the development of algae. In addition, too much limestone can block the filtration system. 

How to measure TH?

The unit of measure of TH is the French degree (° F). It can also be measured in ppm.

1 ° F = 10 ppm = 1g / l

The ideal level of TH is between 100 and 250 ppm (10 – 25 ° F). Too low you risk making the water corrosive but a TH too high favors the production of white deposit.

It is very difficult to reduce the TH of the water. However, it is possible to increase it using calcium chloride. 

How to regulate the TH of your pool to avoid white deposit?

With hard water (above 250 ppm): Firstly, a high temperature of your water favors the formation of the deposit. Adjusting the temperature of your pool helps limit limescale deposits. Second, regulate the pH of your pool between 7.2 and 7.4. Finally, if you can, add a sequestering product to slow the limestone deposit.

With freshwater (less than 100 ppm): Use a product to increase the TH to 150 ppm and adjust the pH of your pool.

Learn more: 

Do not confuse pH and tH


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tH and pH of Your Pool: Know the Difference

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TH and pH are among the 3 factors that make up the balance of water with TAC. They allow you to keep clean and clear water all season. To enlighten you and help you to differentiate them, here are our explanations:

TH

The tH corresponds to the hardness of the water, which indicates its concentration in limestone. It is measured in French degree (° F) and is ideal between 10 and 20 ° F. Indeed, the higher the tH, the harder the water is, that is to say, it is limestone. On the other hand, the lower it is, the softer the water.

What are the consequences?

If the water is hard ( high tH ):

The limestone is deposited on the walls, it creates white/gray spots then it can scale your filtration. In addition, this gives swimmers a risk of irritation to the eyes or skin.

If the water is soft (low tH):

First of all, it’s not because they say it’s sweet, it does not do anything to your pool. Indeed, the water gnawing the metal parts of your pool (such as your ladder, lighting), it makes possible eye irritation.

Finally, it is possible that it generates corrosion of the walls in concrete pools.

How to regulate the tH of your pool?

With hard water (above 20 ° F): First, be sure to keep the temperature of your pool water that will help scale if it is high. Second, regulate the pH of your pool between 7.2 and 7.4. Finally, add if you can a sequestering product to slow down the arrival of limestone.

With freshwater (less than 10 ° F): Use a product to increase the tH to 15 ° F and then adjust the pH of your pool.

PH

The pH corresponds to the acidity of the water and is measured on a scale of 0 to 14. The pH of drinking water is usually between 6.5 and 8.5. However, for your pool water, it is ideal between 7.2 and 7.4. The pH is evaluated on 3 levels:

  1. A pH below 6.5 means that your water is acidic
  2. A pH of 7 means that the water is neutral
  3. PH above 7.6 means your water is basic

What are the Consequences?

Low pH: your bathing water can become aggressive on the skin, eyes and various equipment of your pool.

Neutral pH: All is well.

High pH: Water can become cloudy due to limescale settling in the pond. Thus, there will be an inefficiency of the actions of the products of treatments.

How to regulate the pH of your pool?

If it is too high (8 and 14): Use a less pH product respecting the doses provided by it. After pouring it into the water, wait a few hours (minimum 6 hours) before testing the pH of your water.

If it is too low (between 0 and 6): An acidic water makes your bathing uncomfortable. Unlike the instructions above, use a pH plus product. During this operation, be sure to leave your filtration running and wait at least 6 hours before testing your water again.

To conclude, regulate your pool water regularly so you can act on time to enjoy your bathing moments.


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