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      4 Signs Your Pool Isn’t Safe for Swimming

      4 Signs Your Pool Isn’t Safe for Swimming

      You mainly get into your swimming pool to cool off, not to get clean like in your shower. Still, your pool must remain clean and safe to swim in. Otherwise, you risk yourself or your family members getting recreational water illnesses. Recreational water illnesses...

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      What To Do When Your Pool pH Level Is Too High

      What To Do When Your Pool pH Level Is Too High

      If you have a residential pool and you do most of the maintenance yourself, you might have encountered one of the most frequent problems with swimming pools — dealing with pH levels that get too high. Pool pH level maintenance isn’t rocket science. But you still need...

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      CO2 vs. Muriatic Acid: Which is Better for Pool pH Control?

      CO2 vs. Muriatic Acid: Which is Better for Pool pH Control?

      Muriatic acid has always been the go-to solution for regulating swimming pool pH levels. It’s accessible and affordable since it’s a staple at local hardware stores. The acid is also easy to use. You only need to dilute it in some water and add it to your pool and the...

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      Why You Need a Muriatic Acid Substitute for Your Pool

      Why You Need a Muriatic Acid Substitute for Your Pool

      Hydrochloric acid is typically used to regulate the pH level in pool water. However, long-term exposure can be harmful. People exposed to muriatic acid (a diluted form of hydrochloric acid) for an extended period of time have reported developing chronic bronchitis,...

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      5 Tips for Effective Pool Maintenance

      5 Tips for Effective Pool Maintenance

      As a responsible pool owner, you should regularly clean your pool to maintain its appearance and also protect the welfare of swimmers. It doesn’t just entail skimming the surface, but also regulating pH levels and repairing any damage. Regular weekly cleaning and...

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      3 Safe Alternatives to Muriatic Acid for Swimming Pools

      3 Safe Alternatives to Muriatic Acid for Swimming Pools

      According to the Association of Pool & Spa Professionals (APSP), the United States has 10.4 million residential swimming pools and 309,000 public pools. While it may be a fun addition to any home and a public pool is certainly a great way to bring a community...

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