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Residential: Clear Comfort offers a pool solution that is chlorine-free or low in chlorine, bringing a new life to your swimming and pool management experience. Our sustainable, non-toxic pool system ensures both the health of the environment and the convenience of pool owners.
Commercial & Public: Clear Comfort’s commercial pool treatment promotes efficiency, safety, and sustainability in your facility. By reducing chlorine and eradicating chlorine-resistant parasites, our solution provides a healthier and more pleasant environment for your staff and patrons alike.
Cartridge Filters: Clean the filter by removing the cartridge element when the pressure gauge increases by 10 psi. Thoroughly clean the element.
D.E. Filters: Diatomaceous Earth Pool Filters offer the finest filtration possible, but they also require the most maintenance. These filters can remove debris as small as 3-5 microns in size. Take apart the filter by removing the grids every six months or when the pressure gauge indicates it’s dirty. Clean the filter components thoroughly.
Every 12 months:
Brushing is a crucial step in cleaning a new pool, but it’s not a one-time process. Even if you have an automatic cleaning system, you should still brush your pool occasionally to remove dirt that clings to the walls and floor. To ensure effective cleaning, start at the top of the walls on the tile line and work your way down to the bottom of the pool or spa. It’s important to be careful while brushing to avoid damaging the plaster surface. You should use steady, firm strokes and avoid letting the plastic edges of the brush scrape against the walls and floor. This can cause unsightly markings on the plaster. Always brush the dirt towards the recirculating drain, overlapping your brush strokes for optimal cleaning.
When an automatic cleaning system is installed in a pool, a vacuum cleaner may not be necessary in most cases. Nevertheless, there may be instances when the pool experiences heavy usage, wind storms, or when children throw dirt and debris into the water, which can overwhelm the cleaning system. In such situations, a vacuum cleaner, which is attached through the skimmer and functions as part of the filter system, can be used to draw in the pool water, along with dirt and leaves. The leaves and other large debris are trapped in the strainer basket while the filter removes small particles.