Make A Skimming and Scrubbing A Part Of Life Skimming the leaves and debris off of the surface of the water is a no-brainer, but it bears repeating.
FAQ: Should I Clean My Filter?
Think Of The Filter As Your Pool’s Kidneys Just as your kidneys are constantly working to remove impurities from your body, your pool’s filter is responsible for removing impurities from the water – think dirt, leaves, and even small toys.
FAQ: What Chemicals Does My Pool Need?
Pools Need Consistent Chemical Levels Chemical levels are arguably one of the most important facets of pool maintenance. Improperly balanced water looks murky, irritates skin and eyes, and can cause your pool to become a breeding ground for bacteria. Ideally, you should test the water at least once a week.
FAQ: How often do I change my pool filter?
It is recommended by the National Pool & Spa Association to change your Pool Filter at least once every 9 - 12 months. Soak filter every 3 months in cleaning solution to increase life of filter.