Having PH Troubles?

Before you add more PH to your pool, be sure to check your alkalinity levels. PH is controlled but the alkalinity in your pool therefore, if your alkalinity is low, PH will not hold in the water. If your alkalinity levels are where they should be then consider adding a stabilizer to your water in order to hold your PH level. If your PH levels are high, consider adding a PH  decreaser to prevent cloudy water. Overall, a chemically balanced pool will not only result in clear water, but will ultimately give your liner a longer life.

Always remember Deep Blue Pool and Spa offers free water testing, and our experts are always here to help you with the chemistry of your pool or spa!

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