Introducing Leslie's CLEAR Aid

It's now officially springtime, which means it's time to open your pool! This time of year is exciting for pool owners, but it does not come without problem. Pool opening combined with blooming plant-life and excited swimmers can cause your water to become cloudy and un-appealing. As a solution, Leslie's has teamed up with Natural Chemistry to introduce CLEAR Aid, a brand new product to keep your pool clear all season long.

CLEAR Aid water clarifier combines SMARTzyme technology with an organic clarifier to eliminate problematic waste in your pool. The unique formula is non-toxic and does not irritate the eyes or skin of swimmers. CLEAR Aid cleans water of dead algae, pollen, oils, spills, anti-freeze residue, paint, vandalism, and other non-living contaminants.


CLEAR Aid works immediately after application to catch and remove these organic contaminants from your pool. Once applied, CLEAR Aid condenses organic waste that is otherwise too fine for your filter. By doing so, organic waste is completely removed from your pool quickly, leaving pool owners with sparkling clean water.

Essential Products

Leslie's Pool Shock


Leslie's 3 inch Chlorine Tablets


Leslie's Pool Maintenance


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