This summer, we are all about chilling in the pool and enjoying the hot weather.
Problem is, in Texas it keeps raining, and that’s making it hard to keep our pool in tip-top shape.
We had a BBQ coming up, and our pool had started to grow some black algae.
We can’t be having black algae in our pool! It’s summer time, and we want to enjoy it!
So, I came up with a foolproof way to get rid of it! I used the HTH Pool Ultra Complete Shock treatment.
It works well, and doesn’t over chlorinate your pool. Remember the key is to get rid of the algae as fast as possible and get back to swimming, so I like to use the good stuff.
I usually chlorinated my pool by adding a couple of these HTH® Extended Skimmer Sticks into my skimmer. They last a couple of weeks, and do an amazing job. I left this in the pool overnight, and then the next day, I brushed the algae spots with a brush.
They just came right off. You can get HTH® Pool Care at Walmart, Home Depot, Meijer, Ace Hardware, BJ’s Wholesale Club, or Costco.
And that is how I have a beautiful, clean pool that I enjoy all summer long! And they love it!
Sunday 20th of December 2020
Dud you actrually share knowledge about something you donnt even know about... Wat the hell. Your useless
Friday 15th of December 2017
You done lost your mind telling people to treat there pool like that. Reread the article that you copied this out of. I you would like me to drop some knowledge on you I would be more then happy to help.
Monday 15th of October 2018
What's wrong with it Steve? I'm curious myself. Not particular familiar with "shock" treatments but never heard anything bad about them either.