The birds are singing, flowers are blooming, and the weather is getting warm. Spring is coming, and that means it time to open the pool back up. Here’s a step-by-step guide to make sure your pool opening goes smoothly.
If you live an area where the weather gets cold during the winter, then you’ll need to close your pool. Here we give you a step-by-step guide on how to do it right. And make sure your pool opening will be a breeze in the spring.
Your filtration system plays an important role in your pool maintenance. The filter system not only gets rid of dirt and debris in the swimming pool, but also helps fight algae. Keeping your filter clean makes sure your pool always looks good. In this how-to, we go over the step-by-step DIY of cleaning pool filters
Blue-green stains on your pool surface are clear sign that you have a copper problem. Maybe you’ve been using copper algicide or have a pool heater. Either way we’ll show you the fast and easy way to remove your copper pool stains.
When debris is left on the bottom of the pool they form organic stains. Pigments present in leaves like tannin discolor the surfaces similar to a dye. In this post, we go over the quick way to removing organic stains from your swimming pool.
Iron is the most common type of metal/mineral staining in pools. So odds are good you’ll run into brown rust stains in your pool. In this how-to, we show you how you can remove them fast as well as how to prevent them in the future
Does your pool look like it was filled with shredded tissue paper? Then your pool has “white water mold”. Despite the name, this is actually a type of algae that is closely related to mustard algae. In this article we show you how to get rid of it fast so you can go back to swimming.
Over time pools develop stains. At a certain point you may consider acid washing your pool to freshen up your surface. Traditional acid washing is difficult, expensive, and can damage the surface of the pool. Here we give you a step-by-step guide on how to acid wash your pool without draining.
Although uncommon, pink algae in your pool can create a real headache. This type of bacteria can grow quickly and hide in hard to reach areas. Not to mention that it can infect open sores and wounds. Here we’ll show you how to get rid of pink pool slime fast and keep it from coming back.
Black algae is a type of bacteria that can be really tough to kill and control in your pool. Here we show you had to kill black algae fast and how to prevent it from coming back.
Every once and while, your pool will get away from you and turn into a total swamp filled with green algae. Maybe you had a bad storm. Maybe you went on vacation. No matter how it happened, we’ll show you how you can have your pool looking back to new in no time.
From Florida to California and everthing in between; Mustard Algae is the most common form of swimming pool algae. Odds are if you’ve owned a swimming pool, you’ve ran into this yellowish sandy looking algae growing in the shady areas of your pool. Here we give you step by step directions on how to get rid of mustard algae.