Above ground pool slide becomes contaminated with algae, it shows off-shining, cloudy and green. Chemical treatments and cleaning with above ground pool equipment is the only way to remove algae from a pool. Specially designed algae Chemicals eliminate and kill algae, which makes the above-ground pool owners to suck algae out of the pool.
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Determine how much algae killer to use by reading the instructions on the back of algae killing chemicals used. Most algae killing chemicals are applied to the pool water in 88.7ml doses per 10,000 liters of basin water. Pour algae killer directly into the pool water. Concentrate chemicals in areas with the most visible algal growth. Drive your pool for at least 12 hours or until all algal growth is dead and sitting on the bottom of the basin. Set your pool vacuum by turning the end of the vacuum hose over the top of the vacuum head until it is firmly in place. Take the vacuum head handle and lock it into place inside a pool post.
Lower the vacuum head into the water until it is on the bottom of the basin. Set your pool to the “Waste” setting and turn it on. Use the rays of the pool or a water hose to fill the suction hose with water. Place the free end of the vacuum hose down into the overflow hole. Vacuum dead algae at the bottom of your pool by slowly pushing vacuum over the bottom of the pool and picking up all dead algae and other debris until the pool bottom is clean. Test water daily using a pool chemical test kit to monitor bacteria and pH levels in the pool. Adjust the chemical composition of the pool water according to the following manufacturers specified instructions for adding chemicals such as chlorine and shock based on the size of your pool.
Consider using saltwater for your pool if you have a sensitivity to pool chemicals. Cover the pool using a pool cover or tarpaulin when the pool is not in use. Be sure to keep the pool tightly covered for long periods of time as no one will be around to properly foam the junk from the pool. posts pool rules to keep the pool clean and in good condition if you share with other people, especially children. Do not allow people to swim in shoes, do not use hard toys in the pool and do not allow children or adults to dive or jump in the pool.