Pool chemicals are important to keeping your pool water crystal clear and safe to swim in. From bromine to chlorine, pool shock to algaecides and pool clarifiers, In the Swim delivers what you want and what your pool needs.
3 inch chlorine tablets, liquid, sticks and bromine for pools or spas available at the best prices.
Variety of pool shock treatments include non-chlorine shock, liquid shock, & HTH pool shock.
Bulk pricing and quantities of pH, Alkalinity and other water balancers for commercial swimming pools.
Algaecide 50 and other chemicals to fight yellow mustard algae and black or green pool algae blooms.
Floc, clarifying tabs, Mighty Pods along with many more options to clarify a cloudy pool quickly.
Remove and prevent metal or organic stains from fiberglass, vinyl and gunite pool surfaces.
Natural Chemistry chemicals - chemicals for stain removal, water clarifying and deactivating metals.
Pool closing kits and pool opening kits for above ground or inground pools all at a great value.
Natural, non-chlorine chemicals and enzymes for a chlorine-free, healthier swimming pool
Highly accurate Taylor Test Kits and more for checking pH, chlorine, alkalinity, and calcium hardness levels
Pool cleaning chemicals like Acid Magic for cleaning tile, vinyl, sand filters, or DE filters.
Swimming pool chemicals with more than one use like Fix-A-Leak and Mor Septic Tabs.
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When you picture having a good time in the swimming pool, you envision diving boards, slides, inflatable toys and relaxing floating chairs, but no one ever pays much attention to the most important piece of pool fun: pool chemicals.
Having the perfect mix of pool chemicals delivers that perfect crystal clear water we dream of on warm, sunny days. Pool chemicals such as chlorine, bromine and algaecide keep the pool water safe to use as well, killing harmful bacteria and other germs that can make a swimmer sick. Yes, the pool filter plays an important role in having clear water, but it only removes dirt and debris while recirculating harmful elements that could possibly lead to an illness. The chemicals make the water safer.
Typically, every in-ground and above ground pool will need the same set of chemicals, but every pool is different when it comes to the details. Using too much chemicals can be as irritating or harmful as not using enough by raising pH levels or alkalinity. It’s important to test your pool’s water with either the tried-and-true method of test strips or with newer technologies that digitally test water for many different chemical levels with the press of a button.
Perfectly clear, clean water that is safe to swim in is a balancing act of chemistry and art. However, with a little research, an understanding and proper testing the water for proper pool chemical balance, you will find it’s rather easy to have the ideal pool water throughout the swimming season.