[accordion] [spoiler title=”Q – What is the correct pH level for my swimming pool?” open=”yes”] A – The correct pH level for all swimming pools should be between 7.2 and 7.6[/spoiler] [spoiler title=”Q – What is the correct chlorine level for my pool?” ] A – Chlorine levels for free chlorine should be between 1 and 3 ppm (parts per million). Chlorine levels for free and combined chlorine should not exceed  5 ppm(parts per million)[/spoiler] [spoiler title=”Q – My pool border tiles are covered in suntan lotions, how do I remove this?” ] A – You can clean this off with washing up liquid and a scouring pad. If there is excessive amounts of grease this means that people using the pool are using too much lotion or not observing the application instructions of the product.[/spoiler] [spoiler title=”Q – I am considering changing my pool to salt but I am concerned that it will be as salty as the sea, is this correct?” ] A – The level of salt added to the pool for the salt system to function correctly is between 4 – 6 mg per litre. This is approximately 6 times lower than the sea and is more like a saline solution.[/spoiler] [spoiler title=”Q – I have some tiles missing from the floor of my pool, can they be replaced without emptying the pool?” ] A – We can replace tiles if one or two is missing in an area. If you have many tiles missing in patches then these will have to be replaced with the water out of the pool.[/spoiler] [spoiler title=”Q – Can I change my pool light bulbs without draining the pool?” ] A – Usually if the light fittings and cable have been installed correctly the bulbs can be changed without daring the pool.[/spoiler] [/accordion]

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