Did you know that if you have less than 50ppb phosphates in your water it's nearly impossible for your swimming pool to turn green?
Although it's expensive to rid your pool's water of phosphates if it carries more than 500ppb it might pay off in the long run.
Have you ever walked out to your pool on a hot summer day to take a dip and found that your pool was GREEN??? Well, there's more than just the recent pool party you had that did it. It's a food to algae known as phosphates. When your phosphates rise in the water is promotes algae growth and can lead to a good $30.00 + in chemicals and an hour of scrubbing and about a 30 hour filter run to get rid of it. With all of this expense it makes sense to keep your phosphates down and under control so you don't have to worry about calling your pool guy for an extra service.
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Hope this answers some GREEN POOL questions...