Flocculants in non-chlorine pools

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Fiona Walker
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Flocculants in non-chlorine pools

Postby Fiona Walker » Sun 19 Aug, 2007 13:24

Anyone able to answer if there are flocculants compatible with EcoSmarte pools? Mega water shortage at the moment meant pool turned off for nearly three days in high temperatures; I know the non-metallic algaecide will work but maybe (anyone know?) a flocculant will help hoover up afterwards??


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Postby Backglass » Mon 20 Aug, 2007 12:18

Floculants can be used in any pool, but they don't kill anything. They just coagulate the tiny dirt particles into a filterable/vacuumable size.
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