If you have your own pool, there are some steps that are required for cleaning and maintenance. Monitoring chemical, alkaline and calcium levels weekly, monthly and quarterly in addition to cleaning it can be quite the task. Maintaining your pool can be tricky especially if you don’t have the proper pool supplies. The results are beautiful, shimmery pools that are safe and enjoyable.
Steps to cleaning a pool requires proper cleaning supplies and knowledge on what is used to clean a pool.
3. Cleaning the Pool.
1. You’ll want to spray the pool with diluted tile soap, this will remove the glare and clump together surface debris. Then skim the pool with your pool skimmer. It is important that all your pool maintenance tools are well kept.
2. It is important that you scrub the tiles with the appropriate tile cleaner. Some good ones to use are: Arrow scale off, Seaklear thick tile and vinyl cleaner or Bio-Dex to name a few. Most importantly you want to make sure that the tile cleaner you choose has muriatic acid. So never attempt to clean the your tiles from the inside of your pool. Try a nylon bristle brush and scrub in a circular motion.
3. Vacuum your pool.
Calcium Hypochlorite is used to sanitize pool water and kill algae. Make sure that your chlorine levels are at 5 ppm after shocking your pool and before taking a dip. There you have it; pool cleaning 101.