It depends on the severity of the problem and the products you use to fix it. For mild cloudiness, adding a clarifier can restore clarity within 24 hours. However, it [...]
Hy-Clor Super-Algaecide is highly concentrated and used to destroy and prevent green algae from swimming pools.
CloudOut quickly clarifies cloudy water and boosts filter performance. For every 10,000 litres of pool water, add 200 millilitres of CloudOut. Pour directly and evenly to the edges of the [...]
Do not use Hy-Clor Super-Floc with your cartridge filter; it is only safe for use with a sand filter. Super-Floc is a powerful liquid flocculent designed to rapidly eliminate suspended [...]
You can use Hy-Clor Super Shock as often as needed, whether daily, weekly or monthly. Use it to treat your cloudy pool or after heavy use to keep your pool [...]
You should test your pool water weekly during the swimming season (typically in the spring and summer). During the off-season (autumn and winter), you should only need to test your [...]
Use one tablet per 50,000 litres and a minimum of two tablets for a pool size of 80,000-100,000 litres. Place the tablets directly into the skimmer box.
Pool chemicals must be kept away from heat sources or direct sunlight, so storing them in the basement is usually unsafe. Basements tend to have high humidity, and chemical fumes [...]
Pool chemicals should only be stored in your garage if securely locked in a storage bin or cabinet. These chemicals can cause metals to become brittle and rust over time. [...]
Never store chemicals such as chlorine and acid or chlorine and bromine together. Hydrogen peroxide should also be kept separate from all other chemicals.
Storing pool chemicals in a shed can be a safe option if it’s well-ventilated and not near any heat sources or direct sunlight. Use a storage bin or cabinet to [...]
An average a 3.7 by 7.3 metre in-ground backyard pool holds about 45,000 litres of water. As a rough estimate, you would need 1kg of shock for every 45 000 [...]
Yes, you should super chlorinate your pool to help prevent algae growth and ensure the water remains clean and clear while closed. We recommend super chlorinating your pool a few [...]
You should add algaecide when closing your pool to help prevent algae growth and make it easier to reopen your pool. We recommend using a longlife algaecide on the day [...]
Yes, it's recommended that you shock your pool a few days before closing it to help prevent algae growth and keep the water clean.
Before deciding whether to shock your pool after filling it, consider your water source. If there are no known issues with the water source, you can generally trust that there [...]