Yes,but only if your pool is resin[that is constructed from 100% polymer or plastic]. It is not advisable to use salt in a "steel pool".
Salt in a steel pool is a lousy salesman answer. All Chlorine is made from Salt and the amount needed in your pool is insignificant to what kind of pool you have. Any pool can be salt
Stop adding salt to the pool and use tablets and shock when needed.
In the Ocean, no it wont. However, in a saltwater pool that is'nt cleaned often, the algae can grow in your hair and turn it green.
It will eat / disfigure the coping and will then turn that into dust that gets in your pool and discolors the plaster.
Simple. turn of the chlorine generator and pretend there is fresh water in there as time wears on the salt will get weaker and weaker.
Turn of the chlorinating element and start throwing chlorine in yourself. eventually the salt will come out of the pool as time wears on. or you could just replace the water to get the salt out.
you have to buy a saltwater generator from a pool store or intex, then I use water softening salt i got mine at home depot it takes about 4 days for it to dissolve with your pump running constantly then turn your generator on that's all you have to do i love my saltwater pool
As long as you keep your pool regularly chlorinated then the mosquito larvae will not have a suitable water pH to survive in. If you slack off on the chlorination then the water will start to turn a greenish color and that is when the larvae will thrive.
Yes - spending a long time in chlorinated water can turn parts of your hair a slight green colour regardless of artificial colouring.
yes you should wait because your hair can either get damaged or turn into a color that you wern't aiming for
Turn of the salt water chlorination and start adding chlorine the same as you would in an ordinary pool. The salt water in the pool will become less salty over time so you don't have to worry about changing the water. You could tidy it up a little by removing the saltwater chlorinator element or you could just leave it.
I would seriously consider turning it on at 0 degrees Celsius.
you cant turn saltwater into freshwater. You have to empty the saltwater tank and put freshwater into it.