No you only backwash your pool when your filter pressure on your filter is high 30psi and above on most pools. If you backwash your pool be sure to add two scoops of de to your skimmer. If the presure is still high the u need to clean the filter
You should not put chemicals in the pool while the vacuum is in. Put the chemicals in and give them a chance to work first. Then you can vacuum and backwash the filter as needed.
Backwash first then shock. If you shock and then backwash you will be throwing away the shock you just put.
Depending on the size of the pool and the size of the filter and the amount of times you have to backwash, also if you have had a lot of rain then you may need to backwash more than usual. If you put the pool in and the filter and you know how old the sand is, if you are backwashing more than usual,change the sand. Also before you backwash check the pressure of the water going back into the pool, then backwash check the pressure again the pressure should for any size hayward pump push your hand away if it does not then change your sand.
You don't put chemicals in a pool, if someone threw up in a pool, wouldn't someone clean the pool? I mean seriously.
as soon as you put the water in you can ad chemicals to it
at night before u go 2 bed Or The pool cover , I think, would be on when the pool is not in use. Also, the cover should be off for a period of the day after you add chemicals to the water. The water needs to "gas off" after the addition of chemicals. k
People use salt, bromine, chlorine, and other assorted chemicals
get shock treatment and then chlorine
No the chemicals used to sanatize the water will kill them
You can do either, but generally you shock it first and then get the pool chemicals balanced.
Mine did the same. The rubber gasket under the valve knob had become messed up. I unscrewed the valve and put the gasket back in place. My local pool place says this happens alot when you turn the valve from backwash to filter while the pump is running.
It's always better to skim and vacuum first, then balance the chemicals
You will need to add an amount of chemicals that is proportional to the size of your pool. The containers of the chemicals should tell you how much to add for the size of pool you have. It might be better if you take a sample of water to a local pool supply store, so that they can tell you exactly what you need for your specific pool. http://www.ehow.com/about_5390392_chemicals-put-new-pool.html
sometime they dont be cleaning the pools out but they need to start i mean like that is nasty if its already clean then put a cover over it
well maybe it wil be wise to get a pool tester. and test the chemicals if it is ok or not ok if you just put the chemicals in the you my wanna wait because the chemicals are still strong and killing in the wost pain amagineble.caseing to burn human skin Please fill your pool with water, then gradually add chlorine and check the pH with an OTO test kit. Write back if you have further questions. Hatawa
Sounds like it may have cleaned up some pipes and/or filter sand. If that's the case, be sure to backwash your filter.
An outdoor pool does not require to much in the way of pool supplies. You will need a net, a vacuum system, and chemicals. Some people like to use a float to put chlorine tablets into.
It can depend on the type of pool. If it is a salt pool that's usually the salt being turned up. If it is a chlorine pool then they may have put a bit more chemicals then necessary. This should not have any negative effects on you.
The one hour thing is a myth by big pharma so they can put chemicals in the pool while no one's looking. population control
You must work out the fraction (size of your pool)/(size of pool on the chemical container) if it is given. If your pool is 2,600 galls and the amount of chemical is given for a 10,000 gall pool, you need 2600/10000 of the amount, ie 26/100, so for every 100 grams recommended, put in 26.
you cover your pool to keep debris out and keep heat and chemicals in whether the weather is good or bad.
They have many pool products. They have the chemicals to put in your pool. They also have liners and covers for pools. They carry many different brands for customers.
If the weather is warm chemicals need to be put in by the next day. Wait any longer than that and algae could become a problem and that will take many days and more money spent on chemicals to get it right.