Clear Cloudy Pools
Clear Cloudy Pools will clear up your pool within 8 to 24 hours if the pump, main drain and filter are working properly.
This is not the same as other pool clarifiers or algaecides. It is a complex formulation of clarifying agents that help all types of debris agglomerate and coagulate and collect in your filter.
Swimmers can enter the pool shortly after adding this product.
This product can be used in advance of busy periods to prevent a cloudy pool. Add this product any time the pool shows signs of turning cloudy.
If The Pool Doesn't Clear Up:
Sand Filters: This is an indication that you need to replace the sand.
D.E. Filters: This is an indication that you have over or under coated the elements.
Cartridge Filters: This is an indication that you need to replace the cartridge element.
Above Ground Pools: Run your pump continuously until the pool clears. If you don't have a main drain in the bottom of your pool, plug your vacuum in and let the vacuum suck from the bottom of the pool. The particulates in the water need to be filtered out. Do not let anyone swim in the pool with the vacuum plugged in or if the water is too cloudy.
In-ground Residential Pools: Run your pump continuously until the pool clears up. Make sure your main drain is working properly and the valve is open.
Dose to Clear Up A Cloudy Pool: If you can see the bottom of the pool but the pool is cloudy, add 1 ounce per 2,000 gallons. If you can't see the bottom of the pool add 1 ounce per 1,000 gallons.
Maintenance Dose: Add 1 ounce per 2,000 gallons per week to help prevent a cloudy pool.