What Is a Natural Pool Cleaner?

A natural pool cleaner is an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional pool cleaning methods that use harsh chemicals. These natural cleaners rely on a combination of natural ingredients, such as enzymes, bacteria, and minerals, to clean and maintain your pool. Not only are these products safer for the environment, but they are also safer for swimmers, as they do not contain the same harmful chemicals found in traditional pool cleaners.

Baking soda

A simple paste of water and baking soda can be made to clean pool grout and tile. It can also be used on concrete or stone pool decks. This is the simplest and most cost-effective way to clean your pool.

Bonus tip: Baking soda can also raise your pool’s pH and is much less expensive than other alkalinity enhancers. For every 10,000 gallons, you can add 1.5 pounds of baking soda to raise the alkalinity level by 10 parts per Million (ppm). Find out how baking soda can improve your pool’s pH and alkalinity.

This is a great way to raise the pH and total alkalinity of your pool, as well as clean tiles and other things. You will need plenty.


Also known as sodium hypochlorite or simple household bleach, simple bleach can remove grout stains that baking soda cannot.

Bonus tip: Bleach can also shock a pool. The purpose of shocking your pool is to super chlorinate it. This means that the chlorine level is raised until it kills any bacteria or algae.

Beach to Bay Dive Services started in early 2019 as a commercial dive service. Our team continues to provide our customers with the peace of mind knowing that each Tampa pool service will be performed correctly from conception to completion at a fair cost. Our reputation has been and continues to be our best advertisement. Recently, Beach to Bay Dive Services has transitioned to Beach to Bay Divers and Pools. Our experienced pool technicians provide a level of service and repairs that assure our pool customers have that same peace of mind as our dive service.