Pool or Season Start-Up:
water to proper level and start equipment.
Spencer Metal Out
Super Sequest as directed, circulate.
Spencer Shock Out
at 1 lb. Per 10,000
gallons and circulate overnight.
using Tabs or Sticks add to feeder or skimmer.
Day: test alkalinity/pH and start adjusting if necessary with muratic/hydrochloric acid @ 1
pint per 10,000 gallons or pH down @ 1 lb. Per 10,000 gallons to lower.
Repeat if necessary, every 4 hours. If alkalinity or pH is too low, add Spencer
Alkalinity Control first, before adjusting pH.
pool is not clearing because of too much algae, brush down side walls and
re-shock, using liquid chlorine, add clarifier and circulate.
pool is clearing, now is the time to add algaecide as directed.
Spencer Metal Out
It protects the pool from
stains, scale and rust. (Also, being mineral is algaeís favorite form of
food, it starves algae.)
clarifier if necessary (It coagulates the small particles that cloud water so that
the filter can remove them.)
chlorine/pH/alkalinity. Adjust as necessary.
after a heavy bather load, heavy rain, or a sudden chlorine loss.
our Spencer Concentrated Algaecide once
every two weeks.
filter, use Filter Wash to keep filter sand cleaner, longer.
chemically try to treat a pool with equipment problems. Poor circulation
and/or filtration will use up a lot of chemicals and wonít work. Fix the
test water before adding chemicals. Treating for the wrong thing costs $$$$.
If in doubt, bring in water sample.
your chlorine count 1.5 to 3ppm, youíll have fewer problems.
water starts to smell like chlorine, it has gone into combination and itís
time to shock and using Spencer Shock Out
lets your family continue to swim, no long waiting.
easier to prevent than correct. Best of all, itís less costly and you
wonít lose part of your all too short swimming season.
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