How to Remove Green Algae from the Swimming Pool

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Follow these valuable tips for swimming pool algae removal and enjoy a swim-ready pool every time. Make sure you choose effective pool chemicals to remove algae.For more details, visit:


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How to Remove Green Algae from the Swimming Pool Algae build-ups are common issues with swimming pools. This can lead to an unhealthy swimming pool which ultimately makes it unfit for swimming. The treatment for Swimming Pool Algae Removal involves correct usage of pool chemicals balancing water chemistry in addition to manually scrubbing of algae from the pool surface. This can be quite time- consuming but the process is essential to keep your pool swim-ready every time. Regular swimming pool maintenance is important to reduce algae growth and to keep your pool healthy. Given below is a list of few tips that will help you in removing green algae from swimming pool: Make Use of Chlorine

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Chlorine acts as the most effective killing agent for algae. If you notice murky or green waters in addition to algae clumps it implies that your pool does not have chlorine in the right amount. Following a suitable “Shock treatment” process acts as an effective way to check algae growth. The procedure might take a couple of days depending upon the conditions of your pool. Use a Brush to Clean For an effective Swimming Pool Algae Removal it is very important that you use hard- bristled brush to remove accumulated algae on the pool walls and floors of the swimming pool. This will make the process of removing and killing algae a bit easier and less time- consuming. Focus on key areas like steps ladder nooks and corners where you normally find maximum algae growth. Balance the pool pH Measure the pH of your pool water by using a swimming pool pH test kit. If the pH lies above 7.6 it indicates algae growth. In such cases add a chemical like sodium bisulphate to reduce the pH levels. Do remember to check manual instructions for the correct usage. Try to maintain the pH levels between 7.2 and 7.6 in order to make chlorine work effectively and reduce algae growth. Opt for a Chlorine Shock Product The chlorine you might be using for regular pool maintenance may not be quite effective for shocking your pool. For more productive results it is better to use liquid chlorine pool chemicals. Always choose a product that contains lithium hypochlorite sodium hypochlorite or calcium hypochlorite.

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