Answer: Perhaps you have an algae problem.
It is the chlorine. it doesnt happen in salt water pools
The name of a green choking gas used for killing germs in water is chlorine. This is most commonly used in drinking water and swimming pools.
Salt water pools are really saline pools. The salt content is much less than natural sea water. You can barely taste the salt in the pool. Chlorine pools hurt your eyes , while salt water pools do not.
a pale green gas is dissolved in swimmin pools find wht it is called why it is used
No. Swimming Pools contain water with chlorine
Over use of copper based algaecides tends to cause the pools grout and other surfases to get a blue green tinge. You also should refer to salt water chlorinator specs before using them in salt water pools.
yes. as it takes germs so you don't get diseases and your water doesn't turn green
Water flows faster in riffles than in pools.
There is two types of pools: Chlorinated pools and salt water pools. If you have a salt water pool then yes, you would add salt to the pool.
Yes, yes it is. H2O is also known as water. Water is found in pools.
The swimming pools have thermostat heaters and coolers. They control the water tempeature.
Chlorine and salt water pools irritate the skin, especially if you stay in them for a long time. Salt water pools do not irritate the skin more than any other type of water.
because pools are standing water.
Tide pools are just like oceans except with rocks everywhere so the color of the tide pools are blue, but sometimes green because of the algae and green plants.
they get the water out of lakes,rivers,and pools with their trunks.
Pools used in Olympic competitions are filled with chlorinated fresh water.
Only the Six Flags Water parks have pools.
To disinfect basically. It preserves the water quality of the swimming pools.
Well It only happens with blonde hair its something to do with the clourine in the water (pools) that's why you should have a shower befor and after you have been in the pool.
because when u pee in them they turn green in the spot u peed in so when u go to Germany don't pee in the pools and this is only in most of the pools
Salt is put into swimming pools so that the water from the pool can be run through a salt water chlorinator which produces chlorine to disinfect the pools water.
where do sloths get water Water pools in the trunks of tree limbs.
The pools around the Taj Mahal are basically reflection pools. If you see a picture of the Taj Mahal you can see the reflection of the building in the pools. Like most reflection pools the water is shallow and the water is not effected by fountain jets so that the reflection is kept still from any waves.
The official water temperature ranges for Olympic-sized pools used for the Olympic games are: Swimming pools: 25-28 °C Diving pools: Not less than 26 °C Water polo pools: 25-27 °C Synchronized swimming: 26-28 °C
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