Special Product Note:
- 1 qt. Algaecide 60 Plus
- 5 lbs. pH Reducer
- 6 lbs. Pool Shock
- 1 qt. Super Clarifier
TIRED OF SPENDING BIG BUCKS AND WASTING VALUABLE TIME TO GET RID OF ALGAE IN YOUR POOL? USE AN ALL NEW ALGAE ATTACK VALUE PACK!
In The Swim’s NEW Algae Attack Packs are specifically formulated to help solve your unique algae problem, while saving you time and money! Our easy 5-step process ensures that you add just the right combination of chemicals! Each kit treats up to 30,000 gallons.
The Algae Attack Packs are a great value for pool owners. This chemical kit has a 5-step process that will treat your pool for both water clarity and algae. Very effective algae fighters pre-packaged for convenience and at a discounted price. Treats most algae blooms on pools up to 30,000 gallons.
Run your filter as much as possible during algae treatment, most filters and pumps can run 24/7 without a problem. After treatment and subsequent cleanup, clean and rejuvenate your pool filter with an In The Swim Pool Filter Cleaner!
Note: Algae Attack Pool Chemical Value Packs are not compatible with biguanide sanitizing systems.
Step One: Brush pool surfaces vigorously to loosen the algae from the walls and floor of pool. Remove any leaves or heavy debris.
Step Two: Test your pH levels and adjust to between 7.0 - 7.2. Adjust pH if needed before moving on to step three.
Step Three: Add In The Swim pool shock to kill algae in the pool. Add until the water turns a blue-ish color, with no green tint.
Step Four: When chlorine levels drop below 5 ppm, add Algaecide 60+ to kill remaining cells, and prevent algae from returning.
Step Five: After 8-12 hours, Vacuum pool, to waste if possible, and add Super Clarifier to coagulate contaminants for filtering.
If the use of the In The Swim Super Clarifier does not clear up the water you must first, make sure the chemicals are at the proper levels. The main water component that people overlook is the TDS. If the TDS (total dissolved solids) is above 2,000 it may lead to hazy water and may inhibit sanitation. TDS can be reduced by partial draining of the pool and adding fresh water. Secondly, check the filter media. Whether it be sand, D.E. or a cartridge filter, a dirty filter media will not clean the particles and leave the pool hazy.
If problem persists you may try the following: