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Do indoor salt-water pools produce less noticeable or safer fumes than chlorinated pools enabling the air to be used to humidify another area?


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2007-09-03 02:38:40
2007-09-03 02:38:40

No.... Correct water balance is the key to clean air.

And I would add, the water needs to "gas" of any chemicals that are added. I would think this would be a bad idea to communicate pool environment air into a living quarters. Even minor fumes could and can corrode or rust many things.



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