Solved! Can you filter Algae out of a pool? Yes, you can!
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  • Solved! Can you filter Algae out of a pool? Yes, you can!

    Clearing algae from a pool can be a long road. This customer had left a short, positive review for the Aquabag Pure and that it filtered dead algae from his pool. We asked for more details. His response follows:

    Hello, here’s the whole story. The pool turned green because we were away and it was completely out of chlorine for about a month. We have a cartridge filter on the pool. I shocked it and put an algaecide that kind of worked. It killed the algae but when I tried to vacuum the algae after two minutes, I could see it come back into the pool from the nozzle. This pool is an inground pool 28 feet long by 13 1/2 wide going from 3 1/half feet deep to 6 feet deep. At this point since the algae seem to be going right through the cartridge filter, I started to look for more efficient filters or sleeves to put on top of the cartridge, etc., and I came up your company. I bought two bags because I have two points in my pool where the water flows back in and one side skimmer for intake. I have no bottom drain. I said the pool filter on medium speed for 2 x 6 hours a day. I wouldn’t brush the pool in the morning turning the water green and let the filter run for six hours. I would then clean the bags off with the hose put them back on the system for another six hours repeated for two days and everything is crystal. Clear there’s no more algae anywhere.  The way I rinsed the bag was by sticking a hose inside and wiggling it hanging it on the fence by that strap I should’ve taken a picture of the green slime that came out of the bag lol yeah they were really good.

    Ben Vincent
    Round Rock, TX

     Try the Aquabag Pure and solve your algae problem.