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Summer time means warmer weather which mean the pool is open. I grew up with a pool and am happy that the kids have that luxury as well. Of course, with having a pool comes maintenance. Cleaning the pool can be a daunting task so we prefer to use chemicals and cleaners that do a good job the first time around. Have you ever heard of HTH Pool Care? HTH® Pool Care has been a trusted pool care brand since 1928. Their 4-step pool care program, a friendly color-coded system, and its super easy packaging system, makes pool care stress free for me.
I don’t know about you but I would much rather be hanging out enjoying our pool vs. cleaning it!
The HTH® 4-step Pool Care Program consists of:
Testing & Balance
Easy peasy right?
I am kind of a crazy person about making sure the PH balance is correct so I am always testing. When you constantly have a bunch of kids in your pool, you need to make sure that it’s properly sanitized and the PH level is within range.
Do you clean your own pool? I am sure if you do, you love DIY pool maintenance tips and tricks to make your life easier. I know I do! You can find more information about their 4-step program on the HTH Pool website here. Most of the HTH® Pool Care products are available at most Walmart Stores, Home Depot, Meijer, Ace Hardware, BJ’s Wholesale Club, Costco locations. You can also find more pool care tips and promotions on their HTH Pool Facebook Page and over at the HTH Blog. Happy Swimming!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of the HTH® Brand. I received promotional items and HTH® products and/or compensation in exchange for my participation. The opinions and text are mine.
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