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Pool Time

Model 23716PTM

Internet #100131130

Store SKU #466810

32 oz. Sink to Clear Flocculant

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Pool Time Sink to Clear Flocculant clears severely murky pool water by clumping small particles together and dropping them to the bottom of the pool to be vacuumed out. The flocculant is ideal for pool opening and really hazy water. Add directly to skimmer.

  • Settles large amounts of debris to the pool bottom for easy removal
  • Restores water clarity to murky, cloudy water
  • Great for opening your pool
  • Works with most types of pools
  • Great for opening your pool
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HOW TO USE POOL1 TIME 1 QT SINK & SWEEP MFG Model #23716PTM

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kpool
Pasandina, Ca
June 17, 2013
After I added some SINK& SWEEP into pool,it does drop the suspended particles but when I brushed the material off th bottom , it clouds the water ( blue light green instead dark green). I tried to vacuum the material off the bottom it goes right through the filter and back into suspension in the pool. Would you please instruct me how I should do
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July 16, 2013
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Travis is correct. For best results, you want to bypass the filteration system entirely by setting your multiport valve to waste. Otherwise if you have a sand filter you will lose pressure very quickly as the material is trapped in the filter. Cartridge filters will also quickly become loaded with debris and experience performance issues.
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June 25, 2013
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Hi kpool,
When vacuuming the matter from the bottom of the pool, set the discharge setting to "backwash" to discharge the waste water into the yard instead of into the filter. This flocculant will overwhelm and clog your filter.
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In 10,000 gallon pool, how many 32 oz bottles would you use?

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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by works i do not have a sand filter so i had to take a hose and siphon it from the bottom. it is so fine it will spread easy so i had to go slow and try not to touch the bottom. it drop everything to the bottom and it was all over the bottom of the pool not one area. The product is meant for sand filters not regular cartage pools. It was time consuming for me with no sand filter pump but it drop everything to the bottom getting it up was the trick without a sand filter but it says on the bottle sand filter use, June 24, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Didn't meet expectations First of all, I followed the instructions rather carefully, checked and adjusted chemistry, vacuumed only to waste (not to filter) and actually did it twice. The water is marginally (very marginally) better and it's not clear if using this was all that helpful. I was expecting slightly foggy water with lots of debris precipitated on the bottom, that was not it. I have sufficient experience in taking care of my pool and am pretty sure I did everything correctly. The product did not meet my needs. June 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Product did it's job, but led to another problem I was having trouble with algae in my pool and added the powder pool shock. After shocking the pool, I ended up with dead algae floating at the top and cloudy water. I added some sink and sweep in there and it took all the dead algae to the bottom and the top. Now I have dead algae on the bottom of the pool and top. It is now slimy on the top and I can't get it clear because when I vaccum the pool it just gets re-circulated and clouds the water again. I must say, I do have a beautiful blue-green water color though. April 27, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Read the directions, people. After using this, you let it settle and have to manually vacuum the debris using the waste option on your system INSTEAD of running the vacuumed debris through the filter. July 15, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bad review people should read the directions The product works great. It says on the bottle "do not run through filter, waste only." Running it through your filter can also mess up your filter. June 19, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worthless It does drop the suspended particles but when you vacuum the material off the bottom it goes right through the filter and back into suspension in the pool. October 19, 2012
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