As summer draws to a close, it's important to properly close your swimming pool with Applied Biochemists Wintertrine Algaecide Cleanser. This algaecide cleanser is designed to help prevent algae growth during the winter months, ensuring a safe and healthy pool when it reopens in the spring.
Here's how to use it for swimming pool closing.
1. Balance the Pool Water:
Before you begin the closing process, it's important to balance the levels of calcium hardness, pH, and total alkalinity in the pool water. You can use a testing kit for this, or consult a local pool professional for assistance.
2. Shock the Pool:
After the water is balanced, shock the pool with a chlorine-based shock. This will help ensure that any contaminants in the water are eliminated.
3. Vacuum the Pool:
Once the pool is shocked, use a pool vacuum to clean the bottom and walls of the pool. This will help ensure that all debris and contaminants are removed prior to closing.
4. Add the Wintertrine:
Once the pool is properly vacuumed, you can add the Wintertrine Algaecide. Pour the recommended dosage of Wintertrine into the pool and distribute it evenly.
5. Run the Pool's Filter:
Once the algaecide has been distributed, run the pool's filter for 24 hours. This will help circulate the algaecide throughout the pool and ensure that it is effective.
6. Cover the Pool:
After the filter has been running for 24 hours, it's time to cover the pool. This will help keep debris and contaminants out of the pool during the winter months.
By following these steps, you can ensure that your pool is properly closed and protected during the winter months with Applied Biochemists Wintertrine Algaecide Cleanser. This algaecide cleanser is designed to help prevent the growth of algae and bacteria, keeping your pool clean and safe when it reopens in the spring.
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