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2011-03-09 07:56:17
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Yes; they require virtually no cleaning chemicals and are easy to keep clean if properly cared for before and after use.


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Saltwater pools are not seawater pools. Saltwater pools contain less than 1/3 as salty as seawater. What they use is a chlorine generator to convert salt to chlorine. This eliminates the requirement to add chlorine and other chemicals to your pool. The level of salt is approximate the same as softened water. The good side is you only have to add enough salt to replace what is splashed out as salt unlike chlorine doesn't evaporate.

Salt water feels better to swim in especially if the salt is made up of magnesium chloride and potassium chloride which is a new approach however the same applies to the pools that use the traditional sodium chloride. If they are setup properly there is no need to handle and or store chlorine as the system produces it automatically. Modern salt water systems are far easier to take care of.

First if you haven't already turn down the production level on the salt system then turn it completely off. Unless the chlorine level is SUPER high time will take care of it.

The chlorine in the water will take care of any germs.

Well to some people it is but others are not very strong. ^ Salt water pools may not be as strong as chlorine. But it depends if you care for your health. Chlorine is a chemical, Salt is a natural mineral. I'd prefer salt. Besides i've heard its easy to maintain because my father had said so. He bought this 6 by 6 in device that he puts in his outground pool and it works perfectly. Rarely we'd have to clean the pool from bugs and stuff but overall its better, You can actually open your eyes underwater. AS for chlorine it causes skin problems and its an eye irritant.

No more than 2ppm of chlorine! The stabilizer will be based on how much you use the pool. Finding an altrnative to chlorine such as the UV pool sanitizer would be best. 5.25 lbs of stablizer should take care of your initial boost assuming you don't have any stablizer in the pool at all. The rule of thumb for stablized chlorine type pools is 3 lbs per 20,000 gallons of pool water.

Chlorine in pools is designed to take care of a normal amount of bird droppings. If you have a higher level of bird droppings than normal in your pool, you need to raise your chlorine level and backwash your filter every couple of days.

The best thing to do in this case is to take a sample of water from the pool to a pool shop where they can test exactly what is required. this is a frre service in pool shops to help client take care of their pools.

I don't know anything about pools, but if I were you I'd put chlorine in it regularly enough to keep it somewhat clean until you are ready to open it.

some colleges and jr colleges have a water chemistry certification course that will teach you everything.There is a great website that contains all you need to know about the best way to take care of your pool.Most information about swimming pool care comes from info. concerning public water systems. Now, there's a big difference between water systems and swimming pools. Be sure the info. your getting is about pools, not an off-shoot from public water systems.

Check with a pool company. The change involves a change in chemicals as well as with the pump and circulating equipment. The salt water system is much easier to maintain, the salt is cheaper than the other type of chemicals and it is easier on your pool surface. A salt system IS a chlorine system. chlorine is still the sanitizer. You have the salt so a chlorine generator can make chlorine instead of you having to buy it and deal with it. When you add up the costs, a salt system normally is NOT cheaper per year with replacement and initial outlay costs. The cost for a salt system normally runs from $600 to $1200 PLUS installation. The pump and other equipment does NOT have to be changed. Electricity has to be supplied to the new salt control panel and some replumbing to accommodate the salt cell.

Yes you can use an Ozone generator and a Chlorine generator together. The Ozone generator will actually extend the life of the cell on the Chlorine generator because the ozone takes care of the bulk of the oxidation workload, thus the Chlorine generator does not need to be run as hard.

There are more than 3,000,000 inground swimming pools in the U.S. Wow! That's alot of pool care!

no they will die they have to be in freshwater 75 degrees to 86 degrees Fahrenheit is what they will live the longest with proper care.

A salt cell simply takes the salt from the water and produces hypochloruus acid, or chlorine. Don't think that if you get a salt cell you'll have a chlorine free pool. you still have chlorine, you just don't manually add it, the cell takes care of that for you.

The salt system is going to create sodium hypochlorite (bleach) from sodium chloride (salt) this system works great! It will make care of the pool very simple. Baquacil or biguinide the generic name is very expensive to use and you have to follow the directions exactly and sometimes exceed the recommendations in order to maintain the pool. If you develop a problem with this type of sanitizer it can take longer than a chlorine pool to recover and it will add big bucks to the cost of using this system. Salt systems a large initial capital outlay but will be cheaper and easier in the long run. The Guru of Pools at Discount Pool

Your local pool supply company can be of great help. Bioguard (as well as other product companies) has a three step maintance program for chlorine pools. Lookup their website and read about it. It's quite simple and it works.

Above ground pools require level surfaces and access to electricity and water. Most oval and rectangular pools require an extra three feet of clearance surrounding the pool for support structure. Many communities require a building permit for these pools, so check with them before continuing. They're easy to take care of, but you'll want to have a place that has good drainage.

It is easier to take care of a dogs because cats they are territorial of there place dogs they are cute and playful

To open an in ground salt water pool after the winter, you should first test the water. It will have to be adjusted to bring the alkalinity and PH to where it should be, as well as the chlorine, and stabilizer. Adjust the alkalinity first, and then the PH. Next take care of the chlorine, and stabilizer. Finally, add your salt to the pool.

Buy right pool chemicals and refer to its guidelines on how to use it wisely.AnswerI have found small bottles/packages of granulated chlorine labeled "Kiddie Pools" at WalMart in their toys/pool care section. Purchase test strips which will test several things in addition to chlorine levels. Test every other day (or more often if you use it daily or have many children at play) to see if your chlorine level is safe and add chlorine as directed on the "Kiddie Pools" chlorine containter.While the amount of water may seem relatively small, it can add up if you're filling and refilling often. If you're careful to keep the chlorine levels safe, you can avoid changing out the water so often.I suggest an old dish pan at the side of the pool with a few inches of clean water to dip and rinse dirty feet before getting in each time to help avoid grass and mud that little swimmers carry back and forth as they play. Be sure to dump that water after each playtime so mosquitos don't breed there. They won't breed in the chlorinated pool water.AnswerA small wading pool should be kept free of debris. The water should be changed quite often smaller ones after each use. You can also add 1/4 to 1/2 cup household bleach 1 hour before useANSW:: A WORD OF CAUTION HERE. THAT 4TH TO HALF CUP CHLOR SEEMS A BIT TOO MUCH PRIOR TO CHILDREN USING POOL. Best to chlor after use and a 4th cup or less would be more appropriate ~ so that by next day chlor levels will be tolerable.k

Hamsters are certainly easier to take care of.

hamsters are much easier to care for than rabbits. i used to have a pet rabbit and she was really hard to care for.

American Pitbull terrier is easier to care for than a Rottweiler because they require little grooming.

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