Balancing the water in your pool is one of the most important steps in pool maintenance. Proper PH and alkaline levels keep your equipment and mechanisms from corrosion, prevent skin and eye irritation to swimmers, and increase enjoyment of your pool. Unbalanced PH levels can also decrease the effectiveness of other pool chemicals such as sanitizers. For healthy and safe pool water, the ideal PH level is between 7.2 and 7.6. Calcium Hardeners
Maintaining a calcium hardness level of 200 and above is recommended for your pool water. Falling below 200 in calcium hardness can be corrosive to metal and plaster surfaces. Calcium hardeners assist in maintaining the proper levels.Stain Stops and Stain Lifters
Even with all the prevention and care, stains and discoloration can happen due to any number of factors. Stain lifters and stain stops remove and protect against stains due to copper, iron, rust, silicon zinc, and more.Filter Cleaners and Enzymes
Keeping your filter clear and functioning is among the more essential aspects of your pool care. A filter cleaner makes this simple by breaking down caked on oils and minerals that build up on the filter. Enzymes remove scum and protect the filter from future build up. Using these treatments in tandem brings your filter back to running like a never-used filter.