Haviland Durachlor Filter Cleaner
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The Durachlor Filter Cleaner product is a professional strength filter cleaner for removing scale, soapy residues, body oils, and grime. This liquid product works on removing contaminants from sand, cartridge, and diatomaceous earth (D.E.) filter. Regular use of this product will improve filter efficiency and maintain adequate water flow. This filter cleaner works on all filter types regardless of sanitizer type.
- Removes mineral contaminates form filters
- Improves filter efficiency
- Compatible with all filters regardless of sanitizer type.
NEVER mix different products together in the same bottle or pail. DO NOT soak filters in porcelain, steel, aluminum, or other metal containers. If product comes in contact with metals or other sensitive surfaces around the pool, dilute with lots of water. Product is safe for commercial use; however these instructions are intended for residential use filters.
Sand Filters | Quick Clean
With the pump running and filter in backwash position, add 8 to 16 ounces of this product into skimmer. Remove basket and other materials from skimmer before adding this product.
Sand Filters | Deep Clean
With the pump off, add 16 to 32 ounces directly into the filter media and let it soak in for a minimum of 4 hours. After soaking with the filter valve in the backwash position, start the pump. Continue normal filter operation once discharge is clear.
Cartridge and D.E. Filters | Quick Clean
With the pump off, remove filter media from holding tank and rinse off any excess debris from the filter pleats. With the use of a spray bottle (not provided), spray this directly on to the filter pleats. Start at the top and work down the filter. Allow cleaner to stand a minimum of 5 minutes, then rinse filter with clean water.
Cartridge and D.E. Filters | Deep Clean
With the pump off, add 16 ounces of this product to 3-5 gallons of fresh water in a plastic pail or comparable non-metallic vessel. The filter should be completely submerged in water. Allow the filter media to soak for a minimum of 30 minutes, then rinse the filter with cleaner water. If the filter is very large submerge one half, rise, then submerge the other half.