How to clean green swimming pools
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It’s green pool season. Here are a few tips for cleaning the green pool without chemicals. (Photo: Getty Images)
It’s green pool season. So this week, I’m going to keep it simple and focus on a few quick and easy ways to clean your green pool. But that’s only if you’re not already pulling out the chemicals.
If that’s the case, go right ahead. You’ll have a beautiful, clean pool.
My preference would be to just leave the pool alone, let the plants take care of it.
But, if you need a quick fix, here are a few easy tips and tricks for getting your pool sparkling clean without using chemicals.
If you have a DIY-er on your team, you can do it yourself. With an inexpensive product, you can clean your pool this way. There are plenty of good products available. For example, Mr. Clean’s Mr. Clean Magic Eraser works great for cleaning.
Itâ€™s the dream summer job that most cities, towns and villages would like to have in their midst.
As such, swimming pools are popular places to begin in the summer but if they don’t receive the daily maintenance they deserve, then they quickly turn into breeding grounds for bacteria and viruses and often create unpleasant odours.
According to data from the Home Service Group, a leading plumbing and heating consultancy, it costs an average of Â£11,000 to keep a swimming pool clean for just six months but hiring a pool cleaner or supervisor to get things back to normal can actually save homeowners money, with monthly costs at around Â£320 less than using a plumber.
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So what can be done to ensure you don’t miss out on all the benefits of keeping your swimming pool looking its best this summer?
Reach for the sponges
With swimming pools constantly in need of cleaning, never ever underestimate the power of a good old fashioned sponge. This will remove the gunk built up on your pool