Add clarifier, available at your local pool supply.
Shock treatment for the green part. If it is still cloudy you can add a clarifier sold at your local pool supply.
If you add to much pool clarifier a couple of things could happen. You could make the pool toxic to you because the pH is too off-balance for example.
Make sure it is balanced and add clarifier to remove the cloudiness.
nothing. Both will just do what they usually do.
Make sure your chemicals are balanced and add a clarifier available at your pool supply dealer.
Yes you can add shock solution to your swimming pool after or at the same time as a clarifyer. You should not swim in your pool for at 4 hours after shocking it.
My best friend is a pool guy. He has always told me that if still cloudy after clarifier, your pool is in shock. You don't add any chemicals, just backwash and rinse daily. He also said that it is ok to swim in. baking soda should clear it up. dont over do it though. dont use the whole bag about a cup per 5 feet around the perimeter of the pool. throw another cup in the center of the pool. worked for mine.
Yes you can the muriati acid is used to get the pools pH to between 7.2 and 7.6 then you can add the pool shock as per the instructions.
From what I gather from reading the back of the bottle of Clarifier that I use in my pool a Clarifier is a Flocculent. The clarifier contains a polymer that attracts the smaller particles floating around in the pool that are too small to be filtered through some filtration systems. As the clarifier attracts the smaller particles it becomes large enough for the filtration system to filter it out of the water thus clariying the pool water.
Add a clarifier, available at you pool supply store
Clarifier helps it clump together and fall to the bottom so that it can be vacuumed up.