go to your local dealer and purchase a bag of pool shock in one hour it will be clear again
If your controller has a Shock or Super Chlorinate setting then put it in super chlorinate and run the filter. You should also add sone algeacide and maintain it.
Algae buildup will cause a salt water pool to turn green. A clogged filter will allow the algae to buildup in the pool.
To fix a green salt water pool, add chlorine. Users can also add algae prevention chemicals to keep the pool from turning green.
It is not the salt water pool or the salt water that is turning your hair green. It is a poorly maintained pool with a chemical imbalance - pH and total alkalinity out of required parameters.
algae will make water in a saltwater pool green If boosting the chlorine doesn't clear it up pool shops will have algaesides and floculants to the water clear again.
most bodies of water have salt in them, correct? and most bodies of water have moss in them, correct? so if your pool has salt in it, and is under sunlight, its going to produce moss!
A pool will usually turn green due to a growth of some sort. Normally salt water helps prevent this but you may need to use chemicals to flush your pool before resuming activities safely within it.
Yes as a mater of fact that is what salt water pool normally is. With a salt water pool there is a electronic salt water chlorinator installed that uses the salt in the water to create chlorine. However if you don't have a salt water chlorinator and prefer the feeling of a salt water pool then there is no reason not to add salt to the pool as well as keeping up the chlorine yourself.
There is two types of pools: Chlorinated pools and salt water pools. If you have a salt water pool then yes, you would add salt to the pool.
It is the chlorine. it doesnt happen in salt water pools
No, a salt water pool does not contain bleach.
Just the same as not putting enough chlorine in the pool. You can treat the water the same as you would have and increase the production of the salt system.