Baquacil

When pool care is as effortless and effective as this, it’s hard not to fall in love all over again with your pool.

Baquacil

What is it?

All the pleasures of chlorine-free swimming. With Baquacil, you’ll enjoy your pool without the harsh side-effects related to chlorine use, such as:

  • Red eyes, irritated skin, dry hair, and faded swimsuits
  • Discolored vinyl liners and pool finishes

More effective. More stable. more enjoyment.

Baquacil’s active ingredient, biguanide, is extremely stable. So, unlike halogen sanitizers such as chlorine and bromine, Baquacil is not affected by:

  • Sunlight
  • Temperature
  • pH fluctuations

More enjoyment because with Baquacil, you have more dependable, consistent bacteria control, giving you more time to spend in your pool, because you usually only need to treat your pool every 7-14 days.

Conversion to Baquacil

  1. Remove chlorine or bromine source.
  2. Add 1 gallon of Baquacil peroxide shock per 10,000 gallons of water.
  3. Clean filter with filter flush. Follow label instructions.
  4. For concrete pools, pools with heaters, or pools using well water, add 1 bottle of Conquest per 10,000 gallons of water.
  5. Circulate your swimming pool for 12 hours. Test chlorine level. If chlorine level is 0 ppm, please continue to step 6. If chlorine is present, contact your pool professional at Pleasant Pools and Spas.
  6. Add 1 bottle of Baquacil sanitizer per 10,000 gallons of water.
  7. Add 5 oz. of Algae 50 per 10,000 gallons of water.
  8. Circulate your swimming pool another 24 hours. Then, bring a 12 oz. sample of your pool water to Pleasant Pools and Spas for a complete water analysis.

Weekly Maintenance

  1. Test pH, alkalinity, and Baquacil sanitizer levels using test strips.
  2. Add 2 oz. of Algae 50 per 10,000 gallons of water.
  3. If Baquacil sanitizer level is below 35 ppm, top up to 50 ppm according to the chart below.
  4. Do normal housekeeping, brush walls, vacuum, empty skimmer and pump baskets, and backwash filter if necessary.
salt water pool system

Monthly Maintenance

  1. Add 1 gallon of Baquacil peroxide shock per 10,000 gallons of water.
  2. For pools with heaters, concrete pools, and pools using well water, add Conquest or Metal Control monthly.
  3. Every three months, clean your filter using filter flush or another suggested filter cleaner.
*Baquacil chemicals provide the same benefits over chlorine and have identical application regimens. Both Baquacil are available at Pleasant Pools and Spas.
baquacil

What is it?

All the pleasures of chlorine-free swimming. With Baquacil, you’ll enjoy your pool without the harsh side-effects related to chlorine use, such as:

  • Red eyes, irritated skin, dry hair, and faded swimsuits
  • Discolored vinyl liners and pool finishes

More effective. More stable. more enjoyment.

Baquacil’s active ingredient, biguanide, is extremely stable. So, unlike halogen sanitizers such as chlorine and bromine, Baquacil is not affected by:

  • Sunlight
  • Temperature
  • pH fluctuations

More enjoyment because with Baquacil you have more dependable, consistent bacteria control, giving you more time to spend in your pool, because you usually only need to treat your pool every 7-14 days.

Conversion to Bacquacil

  1. Remove chlorine or bromine source.
  2. Add 1 gallon of Baquacil peroxide shock per 10,000 gallons of water.
  3. Clean filter with filter flush. Follow label instructions.
  4. For concrete pools, pools with heaters, or pools using well water, add 1 bottle of Conquest per 10,000 gallons of water.
  5. Circulate your swimming pool for 12 hours. Test chlorine level. If chlorine level is 0 ppm, please continue to step 6. If chlorine is present, contact your pool professional at Pleasant Pools and Spas.
  6. Add 1 bottle of Baquacil sanitizer per 10,000 gallons of water.
  7. Add 5 oz. of Algae 50 per 10,000 gallons of water.
  8. Circulate your swimming pool another 24 hours. Then, bring a 12 oz. sample of your pool water to Pleasant Pools and Spas for a complete water analysis.

Weekly Maintenance

  1. Test pH, alkalinity, and Baquacil sanitizer levels using test strips.
  2. Add 2 oz. of Algae 50 per 10,000 gallons of water.
  3. If Baquaci; sanitizer level is below 35 ppm, top up to 50 ppm according to the chart below.
  4. Do normal housekeeping, brush walls, vacuum, empty skimmer and pump baskets, and backwash filter if necessary.
salt vs chlorine
baquacil conversion

Monthly Maintenance

  1. Add 1 gallon of Baquacil peroxide shock per 10,000 gallons of water.
  2. For pools with heaters, concrete pools, and pools using well water, add Conquest or Metal Control monthly.
  3. Every three months, clean your filter using filter flush or another suggested filter cleaner.
*Baquacil chemicals provide the same benefits over chlorine and have identical application regimens. Both Baquacil are available at Pleasant Pools and Spas.

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IN BUSINESS

Pool builder in Oklahoma

LOCATIONS

Moore, OK: 405-799-9133

North OKC, OK: 405-751-3105

Stillwater, OK: 405-624-8833

42 YEARS

IN BUSINESS

Pool company in Oklahoma

42 YEARS

IN BUSINESS

Pool builder in Oklahoma

LOCATIONS

Moore, OK: 405-799-9133

North OKC, OK: 405-751-3105

Stillwater, OK: 405-624-8833

Pleasant Pools

Pleasant Pools

© Copyright 2020, Pleasant Pools

All rights reserved

Designed by Ad Venture Media Group, LLC