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Mustard algae is caused by inadequate free and available chlorine levels, a pH level that is too high, or insufficient cleaning or brushing of pool surfaces. Each of these problems allows the tiny, microscopic plants to ... More »

Remove mustard algae from a swimming pool by vacuuming the pool, adjusting the pH, adding pool shock, and brushing the sides and walls of the pool. Clean all pool toys and bathing suits so you do not reintroduce the alga... More »

Applying a mustard poultice to the chest for up to 20 minutes helps to drain the air passages and lungs of excess mucus. A hot water bottle and heating pad can achieve the same result, and once the excess mucus is gone, ... More »

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Remove mustard algae from a swimming pool by vacuuming the pool, adjusting the pH, adding pool shock, and brushing the sides and walls of the pool. Clean all pool toys and bathing suits so you do not reintroduce the alga... More »

The most common causes of black algae growth in pools are insufficient chlorine levels, spores transferred by rain or wind and an improperly functioning pool filter. Immediate remedial steps help get rid of the algae bef... More »

Using chlorine bleach as a pool shock is not recommended as it lowers the pH level of the pool. This can lead to further algae problems and degrade the lining of the pool. More »

To maintain a pool, make sure it is at the right pH level, add chlorine to the pool, shock the pool, add algaecide, clean the pool walls, and remove dirt and debris regularly. You need pH strips, chlorine, shock products... More »