When should I use a clarifier?
Whenever your water looks hazy or cloudy, it is full of various particles that clarifiers bind together so… Read More
What other chemicals or products should I use?
For pools, add a stabilizer or conditioner if the level is below 20 ppm. Follow the manufacturer’s directions.… Read More
What products are not compatible with FROG®?
Ionizers due to the duplication of minerals and biguinides like Baquacil that are not compatible with chlorine or… Read More
What are the benefits of bromine over chlorine for spas?
Bromine is an effective spa sanitizer because it dissolves slower in hot water; is less odorous and less… Read More
What should my bromine or chlorine reading be?
Industry standards for chlorine in pools is 1.0 to 3.0 ppm. For spas, bromine should be 2.0 to… Read More
Why does my pool or spa have a strong chlorine smell?
Strong, smelly chlorine odor means you have chloramines, organic by products of chlorine oxidizing sweat, urine and other… Read More
Can I use bromine with your systems?
Bromine may be used with our FROG Serene® Mineral Systems as this sanitizer works well with minerals in… Read More
What’s the difference between “total” chlorine and “free” chlorine?
Total chlorine is the total amount of chlorine in the water. When chlorine binds up with contaminants it… Read More
What pool equipment affects my sanitizer product?
The pump: Ideal gallons per minute is 20-60 gpm. Pools over 80 gpm should use a special installation.… Read More
How often should I shock my pool or spa?
Weekly shocking is typically recommended for pools or spas with more frequent shocking when the pool or spa… Read More