Pool Tips


The 4th step in pool care and maintenance is water chemistry, knowing what chemicals to add when. By doing this you can achieve the 3 P's of water chemistry:

Prevention of disease: Introduction of The BioGuard 3-step programme

Protection of equipment: Water that is not balanced correctly causes wear and tear on the pool system making them less efficient or prone to corrosion, proper water balance prevents this damage.

Provide the expected enviroment: pool owners expect their pools to be clean and sparkling as well as protected from algae growth.

Bacteria, Algae and other micro organisms enter the pool everyday from various sources ranging from bathers to the weather. So everyday you have to fight these with sanitizers and algicides, the essential and key components to proper pool and spa maintenance.

Find out more about water balance by reading: what is total alkilinity and why is it important in pool care and Calcium hardness




Super clear tabs are a concentrated blend of synergistic clarifying polymers and coagulants that are tatally soluble and leaves no residue.

Super clear traps particles in filter media to remove organic and inorganic compounds. its fast dissolving properties restores water clarity fairly quickly.

Application instructions

for best results make sure your pH is between 7.4 and 7.6 at the time of treatment.

Backwash the filter and apply 2 tablets to the skimmer basket. This product will cause filter pressure to rise, backwash when filter pressure increases above normal as indicated by the filter manufacture.

Do not use super clear tabs if you have a cartridge filter or if calcium hypochlorite is added through the skimmer.


When it comes to cleaning your pool, nothing takes the place of physically cleaning and incorporating certain ''housekeeping'' activities into any pool care programme.

Brushing: Brushing your pool is the most important of all pool cleaning activities. Every swimming pool has areas of little or no circulation which could become prime breeding ground for algae, bacteria and mould.

You should brush your pool at least once a week.

Vacuuming: Most debris eventually sink to the floor of the pool. This reduces the efficiency of of the sanitizer you use because the primary role of a saninitizer is to kill diease causing bacteria. If excessive amounts of debris are allowed to stay in the pool, the sanitizer will spend much of its time and energy trying to attack this debris.


The filter removes insoluble particles that can cloud water. Having the proper size filter for your pool is critical to keep water clean, too big and water does not filter properly, too small and the filter could get clogged easily. 

There are 3 types of filters that pool owners might use:

-Sand filter

-Cartridge filter

-Diatomaceous Earth 

Regardless of the type of filter, normal maintenance is required and always involves two steps. Step one: Physical cleaning to remove loose debris and step two: Chemical cleaning to remove oils and stubborn debris.