Occasionally we notice that our pool water has a green color not used to what we always see in normal conditions. This can be due to the fact that the water chemistry is not at its proper values, such as the lack of chlorine. Here are some steps to eliminate algae from the pool.
What to do
If you do these steps, you will be able to recover your pool in no time. You only need to be consistent in order to keep it clean and in optimal condition.
CHECK THE pH LEVEL
Remember that if the pH is not at its proper level, between 7.2 and 7.4, the effectiveness of chlorine is reduced by 40%. Also, high pH water is an environment that helps algae blooms. They love a high pH!
CHLORINE OR OXYGEN SHOCK TREATMENT
If the appearance of algae is frequent in your pool, use a phosphate remover such as CTX Phosfree.
BRUSH WALLS WELL
The walls is his favorite area, as they tend to adhere to them.
FILTER THE WATER
It is advisable to increase the filtration hours of the pool.
Very important to clean to remove dead algae.