“WHITE FLY” TREATMENT
Treatment based on 10,000 gallons

Day 1

#1 – Purge dose of Enzymes (CV 700 or CV 600), 2 qts per 10,000 gls
#2 – Purge dose of Metal & Scale Control (SC 1000), 1 qt per 10,000 gls
#3- Measure Phosphate Levels, they will be elevated due to extreme “White Fly” loading
#4 – Add 8 ounces of (PR 10000), to lower phosphates under 200 ppb
#5 – Add no more than 1 gallon of bleach if chlorine readings are 0 ppm, if any chlorine is present add no more than 1/2 gallon
*#6 – Add tabs to feeder or floater, watch your stabilizer
#7 – If salt pool, leave generator at current levels until pool begins to hold chlorine, then adjust generator as needed
#8 – Adjust all other chemicals to ideal range, do not add stabilizer this will adjust itself after enzyme and phosphate treatments
#9 – Brush Pool
#10 – Discuss treatment plan with customer and their plans to treat foliage around the pool
*This deals mainly with residential pool

Day 2

#1 – Clean filter as needed if PR 10000 was added on Day 1
#2 – Retest chlorine and add no more than 1 gallon if chlorine is 0 ppm, 1/2 gallon if any chlorine is present
#3 – Make minor adjustments to all other chemicals and brush pool
Day 3 & 4 – SAME AS DAY 2
Week 2 +
#1 – Start Enzymes on Maintenance dosing as follows –

High Infestation – 10 ounces per week

Normal Usage – 5 ounces per week

#2 – PR 10000 – Continue with 8 ounces per week until phosphates measure 200 ppb or less
#3 – SC 1000 – Continue with 3 ounces per week – Maintenance
#3 – Maintenance dosing on PR 10000 – 1 ounce per week

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