1Q. My PH is too high
If your pH level is above 7.8 you need to add Aquality Pool Care pH- in order to lower it. For a pool of 50000 L add 500g of Aquality Pool Care pH- to a bucket of water and distribute around the perimeter of the pool whilst the pool pump is running. After six hours test the pH level again and repeat the procedure if necessary.
2Q. My pH is too low
If you pH level is below 7.2 you need to add Aquality Pool Care pH+ in order to raise it. For a pool of 50000 L add 500g of Aquality Pool Care pH+ to a bucket of water and distribute around the perimeter of the pool whilst the pool pump is running. After six hours test the pH level again and repeat the procedure if necessary.
3Q. My TA (Total Alkalinity) is too high
If your TA is above 150 you need to add Aquality Pool Care pH- in order to reduce it. For a pool of 50000 L add 500g of Aquality Pool Care pH- to a bucket of water and distribute around the perimeter of the pool whilst the pool pump is running. After six hours test the pH level again and repeat the procedure if necessary.
4Q. My TA (Total Alkalinity) is too low
If your TA is below 100 and your pH is below 7.2 you will need to add Aquality Pool Care pH+ in order to raise both the pH and the TA. For a pool of 50000 L add 500g of Aquality Pool Care pH+ to a bucket of water and distribute around the perimeter of the pool whilst the pool pump is running. After six hours test the pH level again and repeat the procedure if necessary. If your TA is below 100 but your pH is between 7.2 and 7.8 you will need to add Aquality Care TA+ in order to raise the TA. Aquality Pool Care TA+ will not affect the pH level. For a pool of 50000 L add 500g of Aquality Pool Care TA+ to a bucket of water and distribute around the perimeter of the pool whilst the pool pump is running. After six hours test the TA level again and repeat the procedure if necessary.
5Q. I have rough, white marks appearing on the waterline of my pool?
The pH in your pool water is too high and needs to be adjusted using Aquality Pool Care pH-. Adjust pH to between 7.2 and 7.6.
6Q. The stainless steel ladders in my pool are corroding and my eyes sting when I use the pool?
The pH in your pool water is too low. Adjust by adding Aquality Pool Care pH+. Adjust pH to between 7.2 and 7.6.
7Q. My pool water smells of chlorine?
Most people believe that when a pool smells of chlorine it must have too much chlorine in the pool. This is normally not the case. The most common factor is a high chloramine level. Chloramines are a by-product of chlorine. When free chlorine comes into contact with nitrogen or ammonia (usually due to heavy bather loads), the free chlorine combines with the nitrogen or ammonia to form chloramines. Chloramines can only be destroyed by shocking (super chlorinating) the pool water. Use either Aquality Pool Care Power Chlor or Aquality Pool Care Shock “n” Swim.
8Q. The walls and floor of my pool are slippery?
This is the start of algae building up. Check the chlorine and PH levels and add Aquality Pool Care - Algaecide Pro.
9Q. My Pool is Green and I can’t see the bottom of the pool
Aquality Pool care Triple Action will kill and clear dead algae.
10Q. My pool water is cloudy?
You need to use a flocculent to clear the pool water. Use Aquality Pool Care Poly Floc or Aquality Pool Care Crystal Clear.
11Q. My pool water looks dull?
Use Aquality Pool Care Wonder Gel to bring the sparkle back to your pool water or Aquality Pool care California Blue.