hth Pool Shock Super Shock Treatment 4-in-1 12 count (52016)
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- Kills bacteria & algae
- Fast acting 4-in-1 shock treatment
- Crystal clear results in 24-hours
- Compatible with salt systems
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HTH Super Shock Treatment
Shock treat your pool at least once a week to kill unwanted bacteria and algae and to give your pool the boost of chlorine it needs to keep your water clean and clear.
The hth Super Benefit
This is an effective shock product that kills bacteria and algae and restores crystal clarity to pool water within 24 hours, reduces chlorine odor and eye irritation caused by swimming pool water and won’t fade liners. It is convenient, easy to use, and won’t over-stabilize your pool.
Turn on the filter pump. Empty skimmer of chemicals and debris. Pour the product slowly into skimmer, making sure that the material is drawn into the system at the same rate, Do not allow this material to accumulate as toxic gases may be generated. Test free available chlorine residual with an hth pool test kit or test strips. Don't enter pool until the free available chlorine residual is 1-4 ppm.
HTH Super Shock Treatment
- 12 count value pack
- Kills bacteria and algae
- Fast acting
- Fast dissolve
- Crystal clear water in 24 hours
- Won't over-stabalize your pool
- Compatible with salt water systems
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|Prevents scale formation||✓|
|Visible blue action - see it working||✓|
There are a myriad of factors working against your cleanliness of your pool water at all times: -Sunlight is breaking down your chlorine. You can lose up to 5 parts per million of your chlorine in one sunny afternoon -Swimmers are innocently delivering lots of bacteria and contaminants, like sweat. makeup and sunscreen -Storms come often in the summertime and bring with them dust, pollen, leaves and algea spores Shocking is one of the best ways to help your pool water look great and it's also the best way to protect it from all of the aforementioned contaminants.
When to Shock
In ideal circumstances, shocking your pool just once a week will keep it looking clean and clear, but any heavy rainfall, signs of algae, use by lots of swimmers, or periods of very sunny weather can deplete free chlorine levels, which means an extra dose of hth Shock is needed.Sundown is optimum time to shock your pool because the chlorine can work without fighting the sun's ultraviolet rays and has more time to restore water clarity. Luckily, shocking is very easy and we're here to walk you through it.
Follow the 4 steps
Step 1 Make sure your pH level is between 7.2-7.6. Adjust accordingly if needed. Also make sure your pump is running. Step 2 Snip the corner off the shock product you've chosen for your pool and sprinkle it along the deepest end of the water. Step 3 If any granules settle at the bottom, use a brush to help disperse them evenly. Step 4 Finally, wait until your free available chlorine levels are between 1 and 4 ppm (parts per million) before using your pool.