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HTH 67041 pH Up Swimming Pool Chemical Balancer, 4 lbs
HTH 67041 pH Up Swimming Pool Chemical Balancer, 4 lbs
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BENEFITS: Ensures that your swimming pool has a balanced pH so you can enjoy splashing in the water all season long in healthy water
USE: Apply directly to the pool regularly for easy DIY pool care; For best results, use with other HTH pool care products
COMPATIBILITY: Great for vinyl-lined pools and saltwater systems
FEATURES: Raises pH and total alkalinity; Improves swimmer comfort; Prevents stain and scale
INCLUDES: One 4-lb container of HTH pH Up for your swimming pool
The HTH pH Up helps balance the pH in your pool water for healthy swimming. Test your water weekly to make sure pH is between 7.2 and 7.8 ppm. If pH in your pool water measures below 7.2, add HTH pH Up directly to the surface to increase the pH, prevent corrosion of pool surfaces and prevent skin and eye irritation. HTH pH Up is great for all pool types including vinyl-lined pools and saltwater systems. About the Brand: HTH, which stands for here to help, was developed with the consumer in mind. Our water care products are both economical and powerful enough for the toughest jobs. Within HTHâs wide selection of products, we offer everything you need for your pool, from algaecides and deposit control formulas to non-chlorine shock treatments, powerful surface cleaners, clarifiers, enzyme-based cleaners, and more. If you like using HTH, check out some of the other similar brands from our parent company, Innovative Water Care. Innovative Water Careâs water treatment brands include Applied Biochemists, Leisure Time, GLB, Spa Selections, and PooLife. IWC has a long heritage and more than a century of experience in developing innovative water treatment solutions for use in pools, lakes, ponds, hot tubs, and more. Weâre dedicated to providing groundbreaking solutions to our customers - from rural landowners with ponds to complex drinking water systems used in residential areas. As a company, Innovative Water Care is one of the worldâs leading and most-trusted suppliers to the pharmaceutical, biotech, and specialty ingredients markets. Innovative Water Care harnesses science and technology to create products that support safer and healthier living to enhance the overall quality of life.
From the manufacturer
Balance With HTH pH Up
Raises pH and Alkalinity of Water
If your poolâs pH level is too low (lower than 7.2), try HTH pH Up to raise the pH levels and total alkalinity of the water.
Allows Sanitizers to Work More Effectively
Did you know your pool sanitizer works best when pH is between 7.2 and 7.8? Get the most out of your swimming pool sanitizer by balancing the water first.
Improves Comfort of Swimmers
If the pool water has pH thatâs too low or too high, eye and skin irritation can occur. Keep everyone comfortable with properly balanced water.
How to Use HTH pH Up
1. Test pH Levels
Use HTH Multi-Purpose 6-Way Test Strips to test the pH level. The ideal pH range is between 7.2 and 7.8. If the pH is too low, raise it with HTH pH Up.
2. Determine Number of Pods
Looking at the instruction labels on the back of the pack, determine necessary dosage depending on pool volume (gallons) and pH level from step 1.
3. Apply Directly to Water
With the pump running, add granules directly to the pool water spread evenly around the deep end of the pool. Use a pool brush to disperse any undissolved chemicals.
Frequently Asked Questions
How often you should test and balance your pool can vary based on how often you use it and a number of other variables, but itâs important to remember that for chlorine and pH, you should usually test your pool two to three times a week. That may sound like a lot, but water balance is vital for your poolâs health and the health of the people who swim in it. When your pool is out of balance, your sanitizers can be less effective, and the water can cause irritation to the skin and eyes. If the water gets imbalanced enough, it can even damage the poolâs surfaces, structure or equipment.
In ideal circumstances, shocking your pool just once a week will keep it looking clean and clear â but heavy rainfall, signs of algae, heavy use or periods of very sunny weather can deplete free chlorine levels, which means an extra dose of HTH Pool Shock is needed. Sundown is the optimum time to shock your pool because the chlorine can work without fighting the sun's ultraviolet rays and has more time to restore water clarity.
With HTH Textstrips, itâs easy to know exactly what you need to keep your pool water balanced and sparkling. Simply test the water using HTH Multi-Purpose 6-Way Test Strips and text the results to HTH123. Weâll text you back with the right products and instructions to achieve a crystal clear pool. Our mission is to simplify water testing by providing accurate and convenient water analysis treatment recommendations in the palm of your hand. So, spend more time splashing and less time guessing. Try HTH Textstrips this season.
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