You keep your chemicals balanced to a T, but you’re still seeing a worrisome yellow tinge to your pool water. What could it be? The culprit is probably mustard algae. While it can be tricky to deal with, no worries — there’s a way to get rid of mustard algae so that your swimming pool […]
How Can I Get Rid of Mustard Algae in My Pool? Aptly named due to its resemblance to the common hot dog condiment, mustard algae is a type of pool algae that can resemble sand, dirt or stains. While typical of warmer locales, it can pop up in any climate if the conditions are right.
How to Get Rid of Pool Algae Nothing stops a fun summer day in its tracks than green water. UGH. You have pool algae again. You may have had it before and know it’s not easy to get rid of. However, it’s not impossible. So, before your kids start raising a ruckus and you have
Are There REALLY Chemicals That can Detect the Presence of Urine in Pools? Let’s find out once and for all! We’ve all heard the warnings as kids, and we still tell it to our kids today: don’t pee in the pool or it will turn blue (or red or purple…you pick the color) and rat
<h2>There are many reasons why pool foam can occur…</h2> If you see foam in your pool, this is because the water is thick, which in turn makes bubbles. Those bubbles get into the return jets and make even more bubbles as they are blown back in. There are many reasons why pool foam can occur: