How Rain Affects your Pool

How Rain Affects your Pool

Rain can definitely have an adverse effect on you swimming pool water, though it may come as a surprise that the problems caused by rain are not a result of 'dilution' of the chemicals in your pool. An inch of rainwater added to a typical 50,000 litre pool increases the amount of water by only about 1.5%, meaning dilution is not usually an issue.

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Choosing the right Eco Pump for your pool

Choosing the right Eco Pump for your pool

The prospect of outlaying hundreds of dollars on a new pool pump is daunting. With so many brands out there now, deciding on which one is best suited to your pool will most likely be different from your neighbour. The thought of paying a for hefty electricity bill each quarter is a key factor in going for an “Eco” option.

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Lo-Chlor Pool Algaecide 

Lo-Chlor Pool Algaecide 

PREVENTION IS CHEAPER THAN CURE

We recommend using Lo-Chlor's Pool Algaecide (copper based) every three months. Because the algaecide is copper based the algaecide will eliminate algae for a longer time. 

Lo-Chlor's Pool Algaecide is very economical, one 500ml dose will protect your average sized 50,000lt backyard swimming pool for three months. 

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Spring Check-Up Pool Tips

Spring Check-Up Pool Tips

Now is the time to carry out your Spring checkup on your pool. This will not only ensure it is ready for swimming on the warm weekends, but also ready for the upcoming Summer.
 
Obviously every pool is different given the varying sizes, surfaces, filter and chlorinator types but the majority of steps are the same. By following our helpful tips, you’ll be well on your way to enjoying a clean pool as the weather heats up.

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