Despite the freezing weather this week, there are snowdrops and catkins coming out, reminding us that Spring is round the corner.
If you didn’t clean your floatron when you packed it up for the winter, now would be a good time to do so:
Most customers are excellent at cleaning the electrode. However many forget about the the solar panel, coil and the basket, which can get clogged up especially in hard water areas. The most effective way to clean them is with a solution of pH minus (pool acid), vinegar also works well as does Coke according to one customer.
Once clean carry out the operational test shown in this video, this will show the floatron working:
If in the unlikely event that your floatron isn’t producing ions (it will take longer on a cloudy day), or you are still worried, please contact us