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    How can I clean my pool using simple methods. I search some stuff, found nothing but some difficult methods. some easy methods help me in sense of my pool cleaning issue. Thanks

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    Re: Cleanning pool

    Brenda, the first thing you need to do is get your own test kit. Once you have that it is easy!

    Here is the link to the one we use and love:

    TFTestkits.net

    While you are waiting for your test kit to come in start reading here:

    Pool School - ABCs of Pool Water Chemistry

    It will take quite a few reads for all of it to make sense but you will get it with our help!

    Here is what we use to take care of our pools. Most of it can be bought at Target or Walmart! How neat is that??

    Pool School - Recommended Pool Chemicals

    Let us know when you get your test kit and we can walk you though the tests!

    Kim
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    Re: Cleanning pool

    Hi Brenda,
    if you're meaning keeping your water clean, Kimkats has provided excellent info. That's as easy as its going to get. There is a bit of a learning curve at first, but its not as diffult as our minds make it out to be.

    If you talking about keeping leaves and dirt and such things out of the pool, the easiest solution is a good leaf rake (a big net to scoop stuff out), and a robot cleaner.
    Other than a robot, then manual vacuum is going to be the only other way to get the dirt out.
    Divin Dave,
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    Re: Cleanning pool

    Quote Originally Posted by kimkats View Post
    Brenda, the first thing you need to do is get your own test kit. Once you have that it is easy!

    Here is the link to the one we use and love:

    TFTestkits.net

    While you are waiting for your test kit to come in start reading here:

    Pool School - ABCs of Pool Water Chemistry

    It will take quite a few reads for all of it to make sense but you will get it with our help!

    Here is what we use to take care of our pools. Most of it can be bought at Target or Walmart! How neat is that??

    Pool School - Recommended Pool Chemicals

    Let us know when you get your test kit and we can walk you though the tests!

    Kim
    thanks, Can you tell me, how much i have to pay for the kit normally. Is it so much expensive?

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    Re: Cleanning pool

    Quote Originally Posted by Divin Dave View Post
    Hi Brenda,
    if you're meaning keeping your water clean, Kimkats has provided excellent info. That's as easy as its going to get. There is a bit of a learning curve at first, but its not as diffult as our minds make it out to be.

    If you talking about keeping leaves and dirt and such things out of the pool, the easiest solution is a good leaf rake (a big net to scoop stuff out), and a robot cleaner.
    Other than a robot, then manual vacuum is going to be the only other way to get the dirt out.
    Thanks, Now I ll try to make a leaf rake. lets see what can i do for this.

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    Re: Cleanning pool

    TFTestkits.net

    Here is a link to the test kits. It is set to the page with the prices. All you have to do it click on it.

    Kim
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    Re: Cleanning pool

    @kimkats: Thanks for your assistance.

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    Re: Cleanning pool

    This thread is closed. They were a sneaky spammer!
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