GREEN POOL CLEAN-UP

Instructions based on 10,000 gallons

Day 1 –

Step #1 – Lower PH to 7.2
Step #2 – Add Bleach to raise ppm to 10 (No Higher)
Remember that 1 gallon of Bleach raises ppm in 10,000 gallon to between 10ppm – 12ppm
Step #3 – Add 1 Quart of PR 10000
Step #4 – Brush pool and circulate PR 10000, filter off
Day 2 –
Step #1 – Add 1 Quart of CV 600 or CV 700 / 1 quart of SC 1000
Step #2 – Adjust PH to 7.4
Step #3 – Add Bleach to raise 5ppm, no higher than 8ppm, filter off
Day 3 & Day 4 –
Step #1 – Vacuum to waste (Day 3 Only)
Step #2 – Adjust all chemicals into proper range, including Alkalinity, PH no higher than 7.4, Stabilizer no more than 60, Chlorine no higher than 5ppm.
Step #3 – Add Tabs to Feeder or Floater
Step #4 – Clean Filter and run on regular cycle
Weekly & Bi-Weekly Maintenance –
Step #1 – Keep PH at 7.4
Step #2 – Add 1 – 2 Quarts of Bleach, no more, add tabs Chlorine should be no higher than 5ppm
Step #3 – Add 4-5 Ounces of CV 600 or CV 700 – Weekly
Step #4 – Add 6 Ounces of SC 1000 – Bi-Weekly
Step#4 – Adjust all chemicals, and clean filter as needed

Monthly Maintenance –
Step #1 – Add 1-2 ounces of PR 10000 to maintain low phosphate levels
Remember – Phosphate levels should stay below 200ppb and TDS should not be over 2000. Test every 1-3 months phosphate levels.