Sure you can use liquid chlorine and walk around the pool. You can use granular chlorine directly into the pool. If it doesn't disolve before it gets to the bottom you should brush it around so it won't stain. Never add pucks/tabs directly to the pool OR THE SKIMMER. (BAD FOR THE EQUIPMENT) They will sink to the bottom and stain.
It probably would make it worse. Chlorine is heavier than water, so when the dispenser releases chlorine, it would sit at the bottom, rather than drift down.
you would have to convert the pool to saltwater there really is no way to clean it without chlorine
You can swim in a pool without chlorine or salt they just keep the pool clean. but if you do it can give you bad skin
Yes you can add liquid chlorine to a pool even if it's not circulating
its called a lake
None unless you have a leak.
I use 2 in the floating dispenser but this is for a 4,000 gal pool. I'd use 4-5
Yes A salt water pool is a chlorine pool any way the difference is that the chlorine in a saltwater pool is made from the salt electronically
As long as you keep your pH and your chlorine at the proper level it should not matter what technique you use.
Chlorine tabs can be put straight into the pool, even if it is above ground. You can also put them in a container in the pool which will help them dissolve more slowly.
You can not use a floating chlorine dispenser and a solar pool cover at the same time. The solar blanket sits on the surface of the water, thus, a floating dispenser would be unable to float freely. It would end up sitting in one spot, unable to circulate in the water. This would result in spot chlorine damage to your solar blanket, and possibly to your pool finish.
It sells pool cleaners. However, it has many other pool appliances as well. Other appliances may include pool filters. If you're looking to keep your pool clean, check out the automatic chlorine dispenser.
You can get straight in, there is nothing to wory about.
Absolutely! It is very common for customers to want the feel of saltwater without the chlorine generator. ALL CHLORINE POOLS CONTAIN SALT. Chlorine reverts back to salt when used so every pool that has chlorine in it also has salt. thepoolandspawarehouse.com
No, a saltwater pool is already a chlorine pool. ALL CHLORINE EVENTUALLY BECOMES SALT. Every pool that has ever had chlorine in it has salt in it. thepoolandspawarehouse.com
Check the ph, you may not need to do anything bleach has less chlorine than straight chlorine
A salt water pool is a chlorine pool. The difference is that the chlorine is manufactured in the system by the chlorine generator. Otherwise NO DIFFERENCE!!
Check if you have any stabilizer in your pool without stabilizes (cyanuric acid) the chlorine use is greatly increased.
Add chlorine by hand...the old fashioned way.
A salt water pool is a chlorine pool. the difference is that in a salt water pool the chlorine is added automatically by a chlorinated that works electronically and with a chlorine pool you have to put the chlorine in your self. Salt water pool are by far the more pleasant to swim in. Chlorine because it will kill germs
You first have to convert the pool to a chlorine system As a salt water system is a chlorine system.
Basically, you just put a few 3" tabs of chlorine in the dispenser and set it in the pool. Sometimes they have adjustments on the bottom which regulate water flow. I usually leave them open for max flow at all times in order to get the maximum amount of chlorine into the water. Also, make certain that you attach it to the ladder or somewhere convenient because it can float and block the skimmers.
If you are refering to chlorine generated from the salt, the chlorine generator would be required. In my experience, all other components used in the traditional chlorine pool can remain in use. The salt alone will not keep the pool from becoming unsafe to swim in.
You need to buy a dispenser in the pool section and put the tablet inside. Then place the dispenser into the water. http://www.target.com/gp/detail.html/184-8617042-3842165?asin=B000FZY2ZY&AFID=Nextag_DF&LNM=More_Categories|Home_%20_Garden|B000FZY2ZY&CPNG=sports&ref=tgt_adv_XSN10001
There are 3 components to the chlorine level in the pool. Total chlorine, Free chlorine, and Combined chlorine. Free chlorine is the chlorine available for sanitation.