How to prevent and kill algae with Dazzle

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All the products and steps you need to treat a green swimming pool!

Hot temperatures make algae happy. CLEARLY, that’s a problem!

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Algae thrive in hotter weather, so now is a great time to star a routine of adding a dose of algaecide to your pool each week. This prevents growth that can happen literally overnight.

Being proactive will save your pool from downtime when you need it most and the time and expense to clean it up if it does appear. Our fast acting solutions are ready to keep things clear.

Here is a link to a step by step video on how to treat algae in your pool with Dazzle Ultra Shock and Algae Clear 60: How to Treat Algae in a Pool – Aqua-Tech

Using the following products will reduce the risk of algae in your pool!

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Dazzle Ultra Shock:

Ultra Shock is one of Dazzle’s most advanced weekly shock treatments used to help increase chlorine levels to get rids of wastes and contaminants. Additionally, it will help oxidize (gas away) wastes out of your pool to increase the overall health and clarity of your pool!

How to Use: Slowly add required amount of Ultra Shock through the skimmer with the pump running or broadcast over the surface of the pool

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Algae Clear 60: Controls algae in swimming pool water! 

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Algae Resist 50: Use as a weekly treatment to continue to control algae in swimming pool water (initial dose: 20ml per 10,000 L, maintenance dose: 10ml per 10,000 L)

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Nature Sheen: Dazzle’s “”eco-friendly””, natural way to rapidly clear cloudy water by capturing microscopic particles that your filters usually cannot capture. Nature Sheen is truly the key to a dazzling pool!

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BioGuard 5 Way Test Strips: The BioGuard Dip and Read 5-way Test Strips are a quick and easy way to test for Total Bromine, Free Chlorine, pH, Total Hardness and Total Alkalinity

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Rapid Action Filter Cleanse:

Sand Filter: Backwash filter for 3-5 minutes and rinse for 20-30 seconds; Turn pump off and return dial valve to “”filter”” position; Remove strainer lid on pump; Pour 1 L of Rapid Action Filter Cleanse into the strainer basket and replace the lid; Turn the pump on for 5-15 seconds (just enough time to get the Rapid Action Filter Cleanse into the filter); Shut off the pump and leave off for 8 hours; Backwash thoroughly (minimum of 3 minutes); Resume normal operation.

Cartridge Filter: Turn pump off; Unscrew clamps and remove lid, then remove both cartridge filters; Use a garden hose to rinse the filter (Do not use a pressure washer and Do not clean at a car wash); Fill a garbage pail (or similarly sized container) with hot water; Add 1 L of Rapid Action Filter Cleanse to the garbage pail of hot water; Place the filter into the garbage pail of hot water; Let the filter soak for 18 hours; Remove the filters and rinse the filters with a garden hose; Replace clean filters to the System 3 and resume normal operation

Pro Tip: Clean your filter at least every six weeks during pool season! However if there is a lot of rain, pollen, wind or other organic materials entering your pool, you will have to clean your filters on an even more frequent basis.


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