Giant Size Chlorinating Tabs


Chlorine is the primary sanitizer used in the swimming pools today because it effectively kills algae and bacteria, a number of different types of chlorine are available for use in pools; Including stabilizing chlorine, non-stabilizing chlorine, calcium hypochlorite, dichlor, trichlor, and others. All sold under a variety of brand names. Chlorine has worked effectively throughout the history of swimming pools and remains the most efficient sanitizer a pool owner can use today.

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Re-Fresh Shock & Sanitizer


Adding an intense amount of chlorine is known as shocking the pool. Over time pools can build up oil, grease, dirt, and waste that get to be too much for normal sanitization to handle. Regular shocking or “super chlorinating” kills bacteria, controls algae, and destroys organic contaminants that can cause red eyes, unpleasant odor, and swimmer discomfort. Shocking can also increase your sanitzers efficiency and puts the sparkle back in dull, flat, pool water.

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Algae Control 60


If your pool turns various colors, chances are you have some type of algae. The most common form is mustard algae that can adhere to the walls and corners of your pool. The corners of your can be especially susceptible to algae growth due to lower water circulation compared to the rest of the pool. Different treatments are available for each type of algae. Your pool professional can help you identify and treat your specific type of algae.

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Alkalinity Up


Balancing a pool controls how the sanitizer is going to behave, how clear or cloudy the water is, and how the surface of the pool walls feel. A number of problems can occur if your water isn’t properly balanced. Water balance encompasses calcium hardness, total alkalinity, and the pH of the pool. All of these need to be in the proper balance to ensure that any other chemicals added to the pool work properly. That the pool looks aesthetically pleasing and that swimmers are comfortable.

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Super Water Clarifier


When a clarifier is added to a swimming pool it makes all the tiny particles in the water bigger so your filter can pick them up and clear them away. Clarifiers are recommended when you water is cloudy and should be used weekly or bi weekly. They reduce stress on your sanitizers so you water looks clearer. To find out if your pool needs a clarifier, turn on the pool light at night to look for particles floating in the water. A Clarifier can give you a cleaner, more beautiful pool.

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