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How to Winterize Your Pristine Blue Pool

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How to Winterize Your Pristine Blue Pool

Pristine Blue makes winterizing your pool easy! Follow these steps to winterize.  A single treatment of PristineBlue at the end of the swim season is normally all it takes to keep a pool clear until spring. “Winterizing” or “Closing” a pool means adding products at the end of the swim season to keep it clear without maintenance during the cold winter months. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Step 1: Balance 1a. Balance water parameters to within proper ranges below. Total Alkalinity: 50 to 90 ppm pH: 7.2 to 7.6 Calcium Hardness: 100 to 400 ppm Step 2: Prep 2a. Shock the pool with 1 pound...

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PROS and CONS Of Using Pristine Blue Pool Chemicals

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PROS and CONS Of Using Pristine Blue Pool Chemicals

  Pristine Blue has been on the market for years now but you are probably wondering if it is the right pool and spa chemical line for you. I will share with you the PROS and CONS of using Pristine Blue    PROS of using Pristine Blue It is a great chlorine alternative. If you do not like the chlorine smell or effects of chlorine then this is a great option for your. The customer service line is unbelievably nice and is very helpful! You can call them with any questions you have about your Pristine Blue pool maintenance, Pristine...

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3 Ways to Clean Your Hot Tub Filter

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3 Ways to Clean Your Hot Tub Filter
Cleaning your hot tub filter is the number one component to keeping your water safe and clean. We cannot stress to you enough how important it is to keep up with replacing and keeping those nasty particles clear from your filter. There are a couple different ways to clean your filter and you will have to decide what is best for you when the time comes.

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Chemicals that flush your hot tub lines!

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Chemicals that  flush your hot tub lines!

  When you own a spa or hot tub it is suggested that you should do a purge about once or twice a year. You should also purge your spa after you buy it used or new and here is a list of why! A purge attacks all the root causes many spas may have like, a buildup of non-living organic waste contamination in the plumbing/pips of your spa. Skin cell buildup gets in the pipes, so when you buy a used hot tub you are essentially basking is other peoples skin particles if you don't purge your hot tub...

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4 Simple Steps To Prevent Dry Skin After Hot Tubbing

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4 Simple Steps To Prevent Dry Skin After Hot Tubbing
From years of experience with using a hot tub, we have come up with 4 simple things you can do to avoid having dry skin after you are in a 

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