Alagecide vs Shock – Differences & Similarities

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Never add algaecide immediately after shock because the shock will kill the algaecide. Not many people know this fact. Chlorine is the best way to clear your pool.

Tabs are fine as long as your test your waters to determine how many you need and stop using them when appropriate.

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Alagecide vs Shock

The main difference between algaecide and shock is that algaecide works as a preventative, not as a cure in the same way that wiping a surface with Lysol will stop the spread of germs, but drinking it will not cure a cold once you catch it while shock works as a treatment.

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