Empty The Pool To Clean It Or Recover The Water?

If during the year you have done proper maintenance of the pool, you can recover the water. If you have the water of the clear pool and you want to recover it, you must follow the following steps:

Collect all organic material or waste that may be floating in the water, skimmer or the background. Check the pH to confirm that it is at the appropriate levels if not, you will be forced to use more chlorine from the account. Do a shock treatment to disinfect. You must take the amount of chemical product indicated by the manufacturer or recommend a professional.

Brush the walls and purify the water for 24 or 48 hours to make the algae and versions disappear. For the treatment plant 24 h.  Next, pass the unused funds to remove dirt from the bottom. ( EYE put the purifier in emptying so that the purifier does not set the water back into the pool) Fill the loss of water that you had set the purifier in leaving. Then you have to continue with the usual maintenance.

In case you are forced to empty the pool by being green, you will have to use the same purifier to drain it. If you have time, you can remove the pool little by little and use the water to irrigate the gardens and lawn areas. By being green, you make sure you do not have products that affect the plants.

What Products To Use To Clean The Pool

Before starting to clean the pool, you should know what materials the pool is coated to know what products to use.

If it is more delicate pools, covered with dinner, reinforced polyester sheet or similar. Use specific products for each surface. If you’re not sure, you have a test in some inconspicuous area. You can also dilute the product with a little water to make it less aggressive.

If it is less delicate pools,  coated with tile or tiles, you can use more aggressive products; hydrochloric acid, bleach or sodium hypochlorite. Of course, never mix the chemicals, or you could cause a significant chemical accident.

Use a hydro cleaner to make cleaning more effective. But you should be cautious not to get too close to the walls or grout tile. You could have to retake the grout.

Once there is no trace of dirt, thoroughly rinse the walls, floors, and skimmer so that no traces of chemicals remain. Ready you have the pool ready to fill it!

Remember that if you have any doubt about the cleanliness of the pool or you prefer that a Pool Professional does it, ask for Pool Budget free and without Commitment, you will get around three quotations from 3 different companies in the area.