dark green pool - how do I clean it??

Algae problems in swimming pool water.
Green (cloudy) water or slimy pool walls.
Black algae. Mustard algae. Pink or white pool mold.
blueyes2uc31

dark green pool - how do I clean it??

Postby blueyes2uc31 » Wed 20 Feb, 2013 23:48

can i put all this bleach and borax in my above ground slat water pool...it looks just like yours...we spent lots of money via the pool dealer last year and still looks the same


Premier Robotic

dark green pool - how do I clean it??

Postby Premier Robotic » Mon 22 Apr, 2013 16:11

Hi,
I just wanted to add a quick suggestion. If you need to get rid of algae in your pool, the first thing you should do (if it is severe), is shock the water. Once you've done this and let it settle, you should use a good robotic pool cleaner.
Now I know most robotic pool cleaners don't actually do a very good job here with algae, but there is one that breaks the rule: The Dolphin Premier.
This is one of the only robotic pool cleaners I have seen lately that actually does a good job breaking up and sucking up algae, even along the waterline.
Tests and reviews all agree-- if you have an algae problem in your pool, try the Premier.
If you do give it a try, I'd be interested to know how it works for you! I've used it on an "algae attack" in my own pool, and it worked well.

You can find out more at premierrobotic com.

Good luck!

Mark
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dark green pool - how do I clean it??

Postby Premier Robotic » Fri 26 Apr, 2013 11:31

Best way to clean algae is with a good, strong, but energy efficient robotic pool cleaner. Check out the new Dolphin Premier. It has been rated the highest out of the pool cleaners on the market, specifically for tackling algae, getting to the waterline, and even handling steps. It is energy efficient so you can run it longer.
So if you have an actually algae bloom going on in your pool, I'd recommend running the Premier for a few cycles-- more than you usually would.
But I wouldn't worry about the costs running up, as I said, it's very efficient.
Hope this is helpful.

Mark
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(And for a short video about the Premier, click here: premierrobotic.com/dolphin-cleaner-videos.
benon B.

dark green pool - how do I clean it??

Postby benon B. » Thu 16 May, 2013 13:00

I would suggest calling a professional company. It'll save you and your pools health!

When we tried to open our pool a couple of years ago after a long winter, we got a consultation from a company that deals with inground pools in Winnipeg, and ended up deciding to go with them because of safety concerns with doing it ourselves.

Good Luck.
hsy

dark green pool - how do I clean it??

Postby hsy » Mon 03 Jun, 2013 19:23

My above ground pool is verry green it 3500gls the ph is 8.2 and the cl is less then 0.4 how much cl do i put iit to clean it?
Jason Charles

dark green pool - how do I clean it??

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Re: dark green pool - how do I clean it??

Postby paulbest » Mon 25 Jul, 2016 10:24

Premier Robotic wrote:Best way to clean algae is with a good, strong, but energy efficient robotic pool cleaner. Check out the new Dolphin Premier. It has been rated the highest out of the pool cleaners on the market, specifically for tackling algae, getting to the waterline, and even handling steps. It is energy efficient so you can run it longer.
So if you have an actually algae bloom going on in your pool, I'd recommend running the Premier for a few cycles-- more than you usually would.
But I wouldn't worry about the costs running up, as I said, it's very efficient.
Hope this is helpful.

Mark
premierrobotic com

(And for a short video about the Premier, click here: premierrobotic.com/dolphin-cleaner-videos.



Robotic pool cleaner is one option in targeting algae out of your pool although it can be costly. Choosing robotic pool cleaner may take time to suit all the qualifications of your pool and the needs you want to focus on such as removing mustard algae. I do agree that Dolphin Premier is a good machine in cleaning algae.

However, if you find the cost quite high, there are other robotic pool cleaners that are as good as Dolphin which costs cheaper than premium brands. There are review sites you can find online that will help you determine the best cleaner for you that fits your budget and needs
http://bestroboticpoolcleaners.com/

Make sure to assess all different cleaners first before deciding especially when it comes to algae cleaning.
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Re: dark green pool - how do I clean it??

Postby Ella Rollins » Mon 01 Aug, 2016 22:43

Normally I used to double shock my pool with chlorine to get rid of algae during the light shades.. It seems that your pool has dark shades, so you can triple shock your pool with chlorine.. Just try pool shock.. It may give you better result. High pH and low chlorine content in water creates a good environment for the growth of algae.. So maintenance is very important.. Brush the swimming pool even when it seems clean.

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