If you are faced with the fact that the water in your pool began to deteriorate, turned green, a white bloom appeared on its surface, or it became cloudy, then you need to be able to deal with these problems. In addition, coping with them is not as difficult as it might seem at first glance, and you can certainly do it without outside help.
Measure the PH level in your pool water. To do this, you need to immerse special test strips in water and hold them there for 3 seconds. After that, you need to compare the color of the strip with the scale, which must necessarily be applied to the packaging from these same test strips. If the PH level is too high, you need to add PH-minus to the water, if it is too low, add PH-plus.
Add a special preparation that contains chloride substances to the pool water. You can buy it mainly in specialized stores. Carrying out this procedure prevents the water from spoiling from the vital activity of bacteria that are present there. Look closely at the water closer to the sides of the pool. If you notice a greenish tint, it is a sign that algae has appeared in the water. This usually happens if the water has not changed for a relatively long time. In this case, you need to add a preparation to the water, which contains polymer HOURS. Its use will not only remove existing algae, but also prevent the emergence of new ones.
Inspect the pool walls and water surface for white deposits. If you saw it, then this indicates the process of precipitation of calcium dissolved in water. You can get rid of plaque by adding one of those preparations that contain organic acid to the water. Install an electronic water oxidation and ionization system in the pool. The essence of her work boils down to the fact that she regularly injects as many grams of oxygen oxidizer into the water as is required to completely disinfect the water in the pool. Using this system will protect you from all the side effects (irritation, dry skin) that can be caused by the pool chemicals.