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6515 Mahoning Ave NW, Warren, OH 44481
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Balancers (Alkalinity & pH)
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Soft Swim (Biguanide)
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the Tanning Salon
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Different Tanning Bed Levels
Sunless Tanning With DHA
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Pool Chemical Safety Tips

Always read labels and follow directions carefully. You'll learn important information about the proper application, handling and storage of the product you're using. Used correctly, pool water maintenance products safeguard the health of your entire family. If they're mishandled, they can be hazardous. Keep the following do's and don'ts in mind for a safer more enjoyable pool environment.

Steps You Should Always Take for Pool Chemical Safety

Clean up spills as soon as they occur and safely dispose of the material. Small spills can be diluted by hosing off into the pool. Contact Caldwell Pools or other BioGuard pool & spa care center for advice on cleaning larger spills. Never use a vacuum cleaner to clean spills. It's hazardous to throw chemicals into the trash or put spilled material back into the original container. Keep all spills away from lawns and landscaping to avoid damage. Dispose of all chemicals according to label directions.

Store chemical products safely and out of the reach of small children and pets. Keep your pool maintenance products in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area, away from other household or garden chemicals and petroleum products.

Keep chemical product containers tightly closed when not in use. Brace liquids so they won't tip while transporting them in your car. Don't allow chemicals to stay in the car for a long period of time. make the pool store your last stop. Unpack them as soon as you get home. Wear protective equipment (safety glasses, rubber gloves, etc.) as directed on the label of the product.

Use care when broadcasting powdered products into the pool on windy days to prevent product from getting in eyes or mouth or onto skin.

Things You Should Never Do

Never mix chemicals of any kind together. An uncontrolled reaction such as fuming, fire, or explosion could occur. Always add maintenance products to the pool water separately and in different areas.

Never mix two chlorine products from different containers together regardless of their similarities. All chlorine is not the same.

Never overdose your pool. Be sure to use the exact amount specified on the label or by your BioGuard

Never add water to chemicals. Always add the chemical to large amounts of water.

Never inhale fumes or allow products to get in your eyes, nose or mouth. When opening a product, turn your face to one side or point the container away from you. In the event of accidental contact or if product is swallowed, follow emergency advice on the product label and call your doctor and/or your local Poison Control Center. The phone number of the Rocky mountain Poison Control Center is (877) 800-5553. This is a toll-free number.

Never use a vacuum cleaner to clean spills.

Never throw chemicals into the trash or put spilled material back into the original container. It is extremely hazardous.

Never smoke around chemicals. Some chemical fumes can be highly flammable, and sanitizers or oxidizers can be ignited by a lit cigarette or match.

Never allow children to handle, measure or dispense chemicals.

Never interchange measuring scoops or place wet scoops back into any chemical container.

Never store liquids directly above sanitizers and oxidizers. They may accidentally leak and contaminate other products.

Never store pool sanitizers and oxidizers near metal products like bicycles, lawn mowers, cars, etc., because they may cause rust.

Never leave large, open containers in areas where children play. Such containers often collect water and present a potential drowning hazard.

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Store Hours
Monday - Friday 9am - 6pm
Saturday 9am - 3pm
Sunday Closed

Tanning & Water Testing
Monday - Friday 9am - 5:30pm
Saturday 9am - 2:30pm
Sunday Closed

Financing
Caldwell Pools now has two forms of financing available:

1) In-House financing, with no service charge or interest. When your pool is paid off we will install it. Perfect for laying a pool away for the next season!

2) 3, 6, & 12 Months Same as Cash

We now have 3, 6, & 12 months same as cash financing on above ground swimming pools and heaters.

Swimming Pool Safety
Swimming Pool Safety: Right From The Start
Pool Chemical Safety Tips

Maintaining Your Pool
Why Pool Water Turns Blonde Hair Green
Proper Water Balance: pH and Total Alkalinity
Sand Filter Basics
The Low-Down on Phosphates
Intex Pools: From Chemicals to Better Filtration
Solar Cover Care & Maintenance

Seasonal Maintenance
How To Open Your Own Swimming Pool
How To Close Your Own Swimming Pool
How To Maintain Your Sand Filter



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MARCH TANNING SPECIAL

2017 Prom Tanning Specials

Caldwell Pools now has indoor tanning!

No matter the temperature outside, it's always good weather to tan at Caldwell Pools!

We have 4 different tanning bed models: Basic Level 2 beds with bronzing bulbs, Hot Level 2 beds with face tanners, two 10 minute Stand-Up beds, and for the more experienced tanner - one with a good base tan - we have the Level 3 Solarwind 5000 - aka the "Monster Bed".

Whether you're a beginner or experienced year-round tanner, we have a bed suited to your needs... Come in and tan with us today!

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