Anything Wet Pools and Spas reviews all of the best ways to clean a swimming pool. They are Boynton Beach’s number one choice for pool maintenance supplies, chemicals and more. Ever since they first opened for business in 1997, they have been diligent about staying updated on all of the new and latest products emerging in the market. With their customers’ best interest always in mind; they always stock their shelves with the biggest variety of quality pool products in the area.
They are also always educating themselves on any new cleaning methods that arise as products become more advanced. Below are some of the most common cleaning methods for pools.
Skimming is one of the most important methods of routine cleaning you can engage in. By skimming your pool regularly, you ease the pressure on the filters and pumps and help ensure their longevity. Plus, skimming your pool can have the most noticeable difference on its appearance, as it clears the water’s surface and makes it more appealing for a dip.
Checking your pH and Chlorine Levels
Checking your pH and chlorine levels is of the utmost importance to the quality of your pool water. Having a pH level that is too high or too low can affect the appearance of your water as well as its levels of safety. Chlorine has a similar balancing act, as too much can make the eyes sting and can cause skin irritation, yet too little can mean a dirty pool.
No matter how much you skim the surface of your water, there will always be debris that makes it to the bottom of your pool. This is especially true in sandy areas such as deserts or near beaches, where sand gets blown in as well as dragged into the pool by swimmers. This buildup can not only dirty the bottom of your pool, but it can also greatly affect the pumps and filters over time. Using a quality vacuum to clean that stuff the bottom can help safeguard the longevity of your pool.
Anything Wet Pools & Spas reviews these methods very time a new product hits the market, to make sure they are providing them with the absolute best.