i would not say that it is bad but it is like swimming in a lake
Is the pool full or empty? Depends how long they were in there. If it was just overnight, no big dal. If it was a week, I would shock the pool. Pool Masters.
two or three days a week
1/2 a bag will cover up to 5,000 gal & is still safe for a 3800 gal pool; use 1/2 a bag about every 4 to 6 days. Shock will clear the green but may not clear the cloudiness if you wait too long, but the water should still be safe to swim in; have your water tested by your pool professional at least once a week, it's usually free.
You invite your friends, and tell them to invite theirs. Then rent a pool, like once a week, and swim, and do whatever you do in a swim club! : )
The water is going to evaporate at some rate with or without a cover. You need to add water to the pool at least once per week. Evaporation rates without a cover would be close to 1.5" per week in most areas. k
No Pool water evaporates in one day or one week
Use extra chlorine for about a week to shock the pool. As long as the water stays clear, you don't have a problem. If the pool gets cloudy, consult a professional.
By shocking, it means to put a small amount of chlorine into the pool water, just to kill harmful bacteria. In most cases, it's safe to swim about an hour after shocking. Super-chlorination, however, requires at least 12 hours to allow chlorine levels to drop. Otherwise, it would be exactly like swimming in a pool of Clorox, and your skin WILL burn. That's why some pools are open 6 days a week and close the 7th day.
Yes. Most are born in the water and have to learn to swim almost from the moment they're born.
5000 gals x 0.01 = 50 gals
I am an athletic swimmer but am not a professional. I swim everyday of the week at swim practice. That's my advice! Join your local swim team and you will be athletic all of the time!
Probably perfectly normal. I lose that in a 25,000 gallon pool in Houston.