A pool that looks fresh, clean, and blue draws everyone’s attention, without a doubt. Such pools enhance your relaxation experience. However, pools that are left unattended become a home to algae and several other contaminants. Hence, proper care of your pool will not only ensure a healthy fresh pool for you to relax but also reduces the cost you might have to bear if it is left unattended for a significant period of time. The question that arises now is – what should be done to ensure a healthy pool. An arrangement that treats algae and other contaminants in the best possible manner is the saviour here! That said, in this article we will throw light on one of the best treatments that you can give your pool – HTH 52032 Super Green to Blue Shock System. Read on to know everything about this one in detail and see for yourself as to how good of a product this one is.
|Parameter||HTH 52032 Super Green to Blue Shock System for Swimming Pools|
|Manufacturer||Innovative Water Care|
|Pool Chemical Type||Granulated Pool Shock|
|Dimensions||4.56 x 9.5 x 11.19 inches|
|Vinyl Lined Pool Compatible||Yes|
|Vacuum to Waste Pool Needed||Yes|
|Saltwater Pool Compatible||Yes|
|Kills Bacteria and Algae||Yes|
|Compatibility||All including vinyl-lined pools, Gunite pools, and saltwater pool systems.|
|Application||Directly into the pool|
|Treating capacity||Up to 20,000 gallons|
Functionality – The formulation of HTH 52032 Super Green to Blue Shock System is such that it kills all the algae that are present in tour pool. Well, not just that. It also prevents future algae to bloom in your pool thereby ensuring that you do not have a tough time dealing with the same problems ahead. HTH 52032 effectively destroys severe green algae that in turn results in the water to turn green. Moreover, the entire process of transforming your pool into a healthier one is faster than what you can imagine.
Working principle – The presence of a heavy duty flocculent in HTH 52032 Super Green to Blue Shock System helps the dead algae and debris to settle down. This can further be vacuumed out as waste. This further results in a crystal clear pool water.
Compatibility – HTH 52032 Super Green to Blue Shock System is designed in a manner that it works well with pools of all types including vinyl-lined pools, Gunite pools, and saltwater pool systems.
Treating capacity – One bag of HTH 52032 Super Green to Blue Shock System holds the potential to treat pools that hold up to 20,000 gallons water.
Item weight – One bag of HTH 52032 Super Green to Blue Shock System weighs about 7.2 pounds. The whole package weights about 7.9 pounds.
If you are tired dealing with algae and have had a tough time in getting your green pool shocked, then HTH 52032 Super Green to Blue Shock System is the answer to all your problems. This has everything that can give our pool a much required shock treatment and transform it into a manner capable enough of drawing everyone’s attention. The formulation of this product is such that getting rid of the growing algae and prevention of further algae to bloom up is no longer a distant dream. All this makes it worth a buy!
Frequently asked questions
- How to use HTH 52032 Super Green to Blue Shock System?
The very first thing that you need to do is test the pH levels of your pool. There are a wide range of tools available out there using which you can do so. HTH Multi-purpose 6-Way Test Strip is one of the best things you can find. Using this you can record several parameters like pH, free available chlorine (FAC), alkalinity levels, calcium hardness, etc. Now that you have a fair idea of the pH levels, adjust the same. Now, pour the contents directly into the pool. You now need to wait for some time. After having waited for quite some time, measure the chlorine levels. If the level is anywhere between 1 and 4 ppm, you can start using your pool. If not, wait till the level falls in the desired range.
- What is the best time to add this HTH 52032 to the pool?
Evening hours are considered to be ideal for shock treatment. This is because when you treat your pool in the evening, it would be ready by the next day morning for regular usage.
- How frequently should an algaecide be used?
For best results and to avoid algae blooming in future, it is advised that you use an algaecide once a week. However, in cases where algae formation is higher than normal, using an algaecide twice a week is always better.
- How long does it take for the pool to turn blue from green?
This entirely depends on how much algae is to be treated and the size of the pool. If the algae is unattended for quite some time, it might take anywhere between 22 to 24 hours. If there are just slight traces of algae, then 16-18 hours should be good enough. However, leaving the pool to get treated for 18 to 24 hours delivers the best results.
- Does HTH 52032 Super Green to Blue Shock System fade away vinyl pool liners?
No. You need not worry about using this treatment for your vinyl pools for it won’t fade away the vinyl pool liners.
- What care needs to be taken while applying this to the pool?
Putting on protective gloves and goggles is the best way to get started.