If you recently installed a pool, moved into a house with a pool, or purchased a new sand filter… You may be wondering how to go about cleaning it. If you have a sand filter, backwashing is your best friend.
You should chemically clean your filter at least once a season. Filtration is a MAJOR component in keeping your pool water clear – if your filter isn’t working efficiently, you will not have clear water. Rinsing cartridges or back washing your sand filter will get rid of large debris, but we need to use a… Read More»
Winter is a great time for using your hot tub. Here’s your guide on ensuring you make the most out of this season, along with some extra things you should do to care for your spa.
Cleaning your filter is a very important part of hot tub water care. If you use a dirty or worn out filter, you run the risk of getting contaminants in your water as well as having to add extra chemicals to correct your water chemistry. Use the correct product and process the first time to… Read More»
System 3 filters are designed for low maintenance, fine particle filtration, and cost savings. Based on normal operation, the filter element must be chemically cleaned at least once per pool season. If you don’t chemically clean your filters, the benefits that System 3 filters were intended for, may end up doing the opposite for your… Read More»
Saturation Index is an overall measure of water balance. The acceptable range is -.5 to +.5. Outside this range can lead to corrosion or scale-formation. Follow the detailed instructions below for a hot tub drain and refill to correct any individual water balance issues and/or resolve other hot tub water problems. Be sure to read product label directions… Read More»