How to clear algae in a pool

How to clear algae in a pool

My business is located in Texas and during the hot and humid summers here, algae is always a problem. People are always calling me and asking how to clear algae in a pool. There are many good products on the market, but I have one particular brand that has remained my go-to for stubborn algae problems.  No Mor Problems algaecide by United Chemicals is what I rely on to keep my entire portfolio of pools clear and algae free in my pool service business.

I usually use about 5 or 6 ounces a week in each pool to keep algae from starting to grow. If you pool is already covered in algae or has some beginning signs of visible algae you will need to add more according to the label instructions. It is very important that you read the directions carefully as you still need to use the proper amount of chlorine in conjunction with this product.

Once the algae is gone then you can just resume your normal chlorination and add a maintenance dose of the algaecide to keep your pool clear from any future algae blooms.

I have put together a video review of this product with before and after pictures to show just what it can do. Anyone can use it and clear up their pool. It’s economical and it just plain works.

If you are tired of fighting algae try No Mor Problems and start enjoying your pool again!


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One thought on “How to clear algae in a pool

  • July 22, 2016 at 8:40 am

    Does this stuff affect the water? The last algaecide that I used foamed the water really badly

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