Author Archives: Dora Griff

Cyanuric Acid Pool Stabilizer (CYA) – It Is SO Important!

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Did you know that you can experience a 90% loss in chlorine from your pool on a nice sunny day in just a few hours? This is really alarming because warm and sunny weather makes it the perfect time to swim, right? Chlorine is the most important thing to keep in our pools to keep […]

Paul’s iopool Testimonial – Indianapolis, IN

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Yes, it’s been great, I no longer have to doubt myself about water treatments and I have learned what my hot tub needs. Paul Biedler, Indianapolis IN We recently got to chat with Paul about his inflatable hot tub and some of the challenges he had before using iopool. We are always looking to improve […]

Pool Bleach – 3 Reasons NOT To Disinfect Your Pool With Bleach

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Using household bleach or other alternatives in your pool is not a good idea. If you use bleach, you will risk your pool not being properly sanitized, possibly even dangerous to you, your friends, your family, and it may also cause you to waste more money. 1. Your Pool May Not Actually Get Sanitized Traditional household […]

Frank’s iopool Testimonial – San Francisco, California

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I have always managed them myself, using test strips, but I didn’t have the precision and quick updates that I get now. Frank Levinson, San Francisco California We recently had the chance to catch up with Frank Levinson to talk about what his experience has been like being an iopool customer. He owns two EcO […]

Pool Winterization- Two Types and How To Do It

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iopool guides you step by step through the winterization of your pool. When the summer season comes to an end, it is important to winterize your pool to protect your installations. There is no recommended date for pool winterization, however, it is advisable to winterize when the average water temperature is between 53 and 59 […]

How Can I Lower The Chlorine Level In My Pool?

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The ideal free chlorine level for your pool is between 1 and 3 ppm. When this level exceeds 4 ppm, you may feel discomfort caused by this over-concentration. Such as irritation and drying of the skin, an unpleasant odor, or damage to your liner and pool equipment. iopool gives you the proper procedures and infallible […]

What’s That Scary Pool Green Stuff? – GREEN ALGAE!

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Since it’s Halloween, it’s only natural to talk about something gross and scary, right? Let’s discuss the scary green pool stuff we’ve all seen in our pool at some point, green ALGAE. It might look festive for Halloween, but that’s about the only time it fits in with our lives. Green algae is a living […]