Clearing The Water

What happens when a routine water analysis indicates the water in a swimming pool or hot tub is chemically balanced, but the water appears less than perfect? Too often a pool operator’s solution is to blindly add more chemicals and perform unscheduled maintenance on equipment, which can waste precious time and money. Additional testing is often forgotten about unless it is to verify the initial result. Performing a secondary test can easily identify the root problem, making treatment more simple …

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One comment on “Clearing The Water

  1. Scott Wheeler on said:

    Thank you for the suggestions on what to test pool water for to make sure it is clean. The website is very helpful. I enjoy the blogs!

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