Prior to using the Pure Wow Summer Pool Care Kit: Water balance is key! For a personalized prescription, just bring in a water sample to your Dazzle Professional for a complete step-by-step water test and analysis with the Dazzle AquaAce water analysis system. What you will need: Pure Wow Amaze Plus Pure Wow Assure Pure… Read More»
The deinifition of pH is potential hydrogen. It is the measure of acidity and basicity of a solution. pH has to do with the relationship between the checmicals (H+) and (OH-) Ions and has a scale from 0 – 14. A pH of 7 is considered to be neutral. If the pH is less then 7… Read More»
There is so much confusion over how to maintain pH and today we are going to make it crystal clear! The secret to maintaining your pH is actually your alkalinity.
Inorganic stains (i.e. Iron, Copper, Cobalt) are caused from metals and minerals that enter the pool water and chemically attach to the surface of the pool. Brushing the pool has no effect on inorganic stains! Below are the steps to get rid of ugly stains in your pool: Before you begin please make sure your pool… Read More»
There are 4 kinds of pool goo: Vinyl Plasticisers, Organic Decomposition, Chlorine Goo, and Pool Scum.
Biofilm is the rapidly reproducing of colony microorganisms surrounded by their protective slime in an aqueous environment.
Draining and refilling your hot tub on a regular basis will save you time, money on chemicals. Fresh water yields are most comfortable. The average person will refill their hot tub every 6 – 8 weeks.
People start closing their pools in late August and some keep them open all the way until mid-October. Mostly it just based on personal preference, but here in Winnipeg, temperature is a huge factor. We tend to cool down a little bit by the beginning of September, people are going back to school, and this… Read More»
What is a chlorine demand and how do you know if you have one? A chlorine demand is the difference between the amount of chlorine added to the water (total chlorine) and the residual amount of chlorine after a given amount of time (free chlorine.) Usually your total and free chlorine numbers will be matching.… Read More»
Hey there fellow pool swimmers! Today we’ve got metals in our pool and we are going to tell you what we are going to do about it! Having to much metal in the pool can cause unsightly stains on your liner from metal staining. There are 2 things that cause this, alkalinity and pH. When… Read More»