I used No Mor Problems and my pool still has algae.
No Mor Problems is only used for prevention. To kill algae present you'll need a rescue algaecide. You can refer to the below table for recommendations:
Green Treat (mild) or Swamp Treat (severe)
White Water Mold
I used No Mor Problems and my pool turned green.
If you used No Mor Problems and shocked and the pool water turned green it's likely you have a lot of metal in the water. We recommend lowering the Total Alkalinity to 80, and consider using Pool Stain Treat to keep the metals in solution.
With No Mor Problems, do I still shock my pool?
Nope! With No Mor Problems there's no need to shock anymore. No Mor Problems breaks up chloramines - which is the reason you need to shock. Just continue your regular sanitation and No Mor Problems takes care of the rest.
I used No Mor Problems and my pool can't get a chlorine reading.
No Mor Problems can sometimes interfere with chlorine readings. If that happens, don't shock. Just chlorinate as normal until the reading returns. It can take up to two weeks for chlorine readings to fully stabilize. You will not grow algae in the ...
How long will No Mor Problems last?
No Mor Problems lasts about as long as your sanitizer. Depending on the pool, you can go up to 2 weeks without treatment before algae begins to appear. You can find more information in the Directions tab on the product page.
I used Green Treat and my pool is still cloudy.
After using Green Treat the pool may cloud from dead algae. Make sure to run your filter until it clears up. If the water doesn't start improving, make sure to check that your filter is operating correctly.