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Skimming Debris and Cleaning out the Baskets

When it comes to doing a proper maintenance for your pool, removing the debris afloat is crucial. The thing is that most of the debris will drown pretty quick (hence, making it harder to get to the bottom of removing it, pun intended). But, importantly not all of it will do so. Some mid to lightweight kinds of a debris or residue, like leaves, dust, and stuff is poised to float at the surface for a few days at least, providing you with a convenient timing for capturing it and removing it from your pool…

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Maintain the pH Level

While there’s no need to go too deep into the science of it, checking and maintaining the healthy and safe pH levels under your control is vital for any swimming pool owner. Moreover, pool water must be tested on a regular basis just to make sure that it really is clean and healthy. The pH scale is a measurement of acidity or alkalinity that runs from 0 to 14. A reading between 7.2 and 7.8 is ideal; this range is safe for swimmers and helps sanitizers work at top efficiency.