Maintaining a clean swimming pool is essential for a pleasant, safe swimming experience. However, chlorine-based pool shock, while effective, can leave an unpleasant chemical residue in the pool water.
Leslie’s Fresh & Clear Chlorine-Free Shock provides an effective alternative to chlorine-based pool shock, helping to keep your pool sparkling clean without the harsh chemical residue. Here’s how to use it to keep your pool clean and clear.
1. Test pool water and add Leslie’s Fresh & Clear Chlorine-Free Shock.
Before adding the Leslie’s Fresh & Clear Chlorine-Free Shock to your pool, take a water sample and test it for pH, alkalinity, and calcium hardness. Add the shock according to the dosage requirements for your specific pool size.
2. Run the pool pump.
After adding the Leslie’s Fresh & Clear Chlorine-Free Shock, turn on the pool pump to circulate the water and allow the shock to disperse throughout the pool.
3. Balance pool water chemistry.
Leslie’s Fresh & Clear Chlorine-Free Shock helps to kill bacteria and algae, but it doesn’t balance the pool water chemistry. To keep your pool water balanced and safe for swimming, use a test kit to measure and adjust the pH, alkalinity, and calcium hardness of the pool water as needed.
4. Brush the pool.
After the shock is dispersed, use a pool brush to scrub the walls and floors of the pool. This helps to prevent the buildup of bacteria and algae, and can help the shock to work more effectively.
5. Vacuum the pool.
Vacuuming the pool removes dirt, debris, and particles from the pool floor and walls, leaving your pool sparkling clean.
By following these steps, you can easily and effectively use Leslie’s Fresh & Clear Chlorine-Free Shock to maintain a clean and safe swimming pool. Keep your pool clean and clear with Leslie’s Fresh & Clear Chlorine-Free Shock.
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