Because putting a cover on your pool makes it much more hot in the space between the cover and the water. The water will evaporate much quicker because of the increased temperature.
Yes, it is normal.
No its about the same
No. The salt is left behind in the pool , with the salt concentration becoming higher.
no chlorine cannot evaporate because its a chemical Yes, chlorine CAN evaporate. For example, if in a pool, chlorine will evaporate but a lot of factors are involved such as humidity, air flow and temperature.
if there's sun there is evaporation
Yes, this water is evaporated.
The difference is not significant.
you can if sou want a pool full of algae,but i suggest that you have a pump running :)
In the swimming pool
No Pool water evaporates in one day or one week
the higher the temp the quicker the chlorine loss
There is no difference.
Let it out over a large lined area to evaporate.
Put it in direct sunlight and let it evaporate
The warmer the water is the faster it will evaporate. But the difference between a heated and a non heated pool is not great. If you heat with solar or gas or another method makes no difference whatsoever.
Running in the pool allows for you to exercise whether you're fit or injured, as the main resistance while doing this is the water itself. Unline running on land, pool running is a non-impact form of exercise as your feet aren't touching the bottom of the pool. Doing pool running helps you recover faster from an injury as you are able to stay in shape, still working on the same muscles as you would on running on land. If you choose to do this form of exercise to supplement your running, it would be best to pick up either a flotation belt or a jogging vest to keep you properly upright and be able to have the same kind of running motion but in a pool. If you don't have that available, you could instead either pool run moving your knees higher, or you could do a longer, sweeping kind of running gait where your leg sweeps slower, lower and further back.
Yes, the solar pool cover does not effect the filter.
After shocking a pool, a person should wait at least 24 hours before going into the pool. This allows the chemicals from the shocking treatment to evaporate, therefore, making it safe for your skin.
there is probably something in the pool that got into the pump
No pooping in pool, no running around pool, and no diving depending on how deep it is.
If the end of the hose is running in a pool of water, yes
The water is going to evaporate at some rate with or without a cover. You need to add water to the pool at least once per week. Evaporation rates without a cover would be close to 1.5" per week in most areas. k
That is a question loaded with variables. How many gallons in the pool? What is the temperature outside? What is the temperature of the water? Is there a solar blanket on the pool? How about bather load? (# of swimmers per hour)