Have questions about balancing pool chemicals? Get the Hy•Quality advice you need below.
When the pH is lower than 7.2, the chlorine becomes extremely inefficient and is rapidly depleted giving off a strong chlorine smell.
You should always adjust your pH levels before adding chlorine to the pool. The ideal pH level is between 7.2-7.6 and having a high pH level (above 7.6) will make your chlorine less effective.
It can take up to 24 hours for the chemicals to balance in a pool.
You should test your pool weekly during the swimming season and fortnightly during non-swimming season (autumn/winter).
Do you still have questions about chemical balancers and which one to use for your pool? Don’t hesitate to contact a member of our team today to get professional advice.
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