The easiest way to extend the life of your salt cell is to maintain proper water chemistry balance. A salt can last you anywhere from three to seven years depending on use and maintenance. Testing your water for calcium hardness is an important step in extending the life of your pool salt cell. Too much calcium in the water can cause scaling and deposits on the salt cell, reducing its performance over time.
Salt cell with calcium build up:
Salt cell with Cell Protect helps prevent calcium build up:
Inspecting the inside of the cell at least once a month will let you see if there is any type of buildup within the cell. If you notice it has signs of scale buildup, you want to get rid of it as quickly as possible to make sure the cell does not get damaged.
Using products like Cell Protect not only works in the preventative measures of calcium build up, but also applies protection to all other areas of the pool where build up is seen. The best part about it is that it will have no effect on any of the other chemicals within your pool.
Not sure if a salt pool is right for you, read our blog post, The Basics of Chlorine Generators, to help you understand how they work. When it comes to pool maintenance having the right pool cleaning supplies and using them consistently is key. Shop our large selection of pool cleaning supplies like brushes, poles, rakes vacuums, thermometers, pool treatments, and more for the cleanest pool on the block.
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