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04/25/2022
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WHY SHOULD I USE POOL WAKE UP! OR POOL HIBERNATION?

Both Pool Wake Up! & Pool Hibernation are easy to use and offer 90 days of worry-free care… Read More

12/16/2018
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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

12/16/2018
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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

12/16/2018
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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

12/16/2018
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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

12/16/2018
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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

12/16/2018
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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

12/16/2018
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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

12/16/2018
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What type of shock should I use?

Use a chlorine shock at start-up. Using a non-chlorine shock with FROG minerals will keep the chlorine level… Read More

12/16/2018
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What tools are needed for installation?

All pool units require a screwdriver and pipe wrench along with teflon tape or pipe thread sealant and/or… Read More