How can you clean the tile on the water fall into a salt water pool?
No problem. There are companies that specialize in calcium removal. They can use the latest technology for cleaning hard water deposits from pool and spa tiles, coping, brick and rocks.
You can vacuum a salt water pool the same way you would a non salt water pool. If you are vacuuming on the filter setting, your filter will help to clean the debris out of the pool. If you are dealing with a very dirty pool and use the waste setting, you will be wasting some of the water from the pool in the process. Depending on how much water you take out and need…
There is no difference aside from the fact that in a salt water pool salt has been added. the water from the pool is then run through an electronic element that releases chlorine from the salt in the water. The salt water pool needs to be run for x amount of time to enable the creation of enough chlorine. or else extra chlorine can be added to make up for any short fall RB
Yes as a mater of fact that is what salt water pool normally is. With a salt water pool there is a electronic salt water chlorinator installed that uses the salt in the water to create chlorine. However if you don't have a salt water chlorinator and prefer the feeling of a salt water pool then there is no reason not to add salt to the pool as well as keeping up the chlorine yourself.
Salt or no, the pool closes the same as it always did. If you remove water, you will need to add salt in the spring when re-filling. DO NOT ADD COPPER BASED ALGAECIDE for closing. Remove the salt cell and electronic unit if possible and store inside. This is a good time to clean the cell if not already done. Pool & Spa
No A salt water pool is in fact also chlorine pool, the difference being that with a salt water pool a salt water chlorinator converts the salt that is in the water into chlorine gas which is then dissolved into the water while the filter is running. the conversion wont have any adverse effects on the pool.
Can you make your own saltwater by just adding salt into your pool and if so how much salt and what type of salt should you use?
No you will not have a salt water pool. yes you will have salt water but the actual electronic plates found in a genrator converts the salt in the water to chlorine to sanitize the pool water. A: You have to have the mechanical device to produce the chlorine in a salt pool. THE SALT A MEANS TO PRODUCE CHLORINE FOR YOUR POOL!
Count your blessings, free water. If you have a salt water pool you are better of hanging on to it because if you dump you weaken the salt in the pool. If you feel that you need to have the skimmer working properly which is important in keeping pools clean you could get a floating pool skimmer which will work whether the water is high or low. Regardless of what you do evaporation will soon…
A salt water pool is a chlorine pool. the difference is that in a salt water pool the chlorine is added automatically by a chlorinated that works electronically and with a chlorine pool you have to put the chlorine in your self. Salt water pool are by far the more pleasant to swim in. Chlorine because it will kill germs
I don't know, because it is not true the amount of salt that is used in a salt water pool while slightly more corrosive then fresh water (About the same amount of salt as you find in tears) will not cause any appreciable damage to modern pool equipment as it is made for salt water pools, salt water pool being by far the most common pool these days.
A fresh water swimming pool is a swimming pool that does not use a saltwater chlorinator. A pool that used a salt water chlorinator has salt added to it to so that a salt water chlorinator can electronically convert part of the salt into chlorine. A fresh water pool has chlorine added to it directly either manually or Automatically.
I have just filled my pool with fresh water No chemicals were put in as promised to us while we were out of town How do I fix this I have a salt water system?
For starters you will have to find out how much salt needs to go into your pool You would brobably be best of taking the dimensions of you pool to a pool shop , along with a clean bottle containig a sample of the pools water from about an arms length down. they will be able to test the water and tel you exactly what you require to get the pool going again.
It depends what you are looking for. If you want to keep the pool clean year-round the salt-water filter is best.If you want to close your pool down for the winter season and open it again in spring, then chlorine is best choice. I have had both and i prefered salt water. The water is a little foggier but still is clean. I have spent less money in the long run on cleaning and supplies…
Clean the leaves and rubbish from the bottom, clean the filtration system, clean out the leaf baskets, clean out any build up of in the chlorine generator, Make sure there is sufficient water in the pool to cover the static skimmer. Check that the pump works. All pools are different after standing for a period of time so at this point I would take a sample of pool water in a clean bottle from about…
What are the major benefits of salt water pools over chlorinated ones if you suffer from psoriasis and research suggests that it would be better to have a salt water pool?
For one reason, saltwater pools use a special salt to keep your pool clean without the irritating burn of chlorinated pool water that you accidentally get in your eyes sometimes. Another reason is that the water does not give off a horrid strong smell like chlorine. Salt water pools are chlorine pool the difference is that the salt in the pool is electronically treated to release chlorine. Traditionally sodium chloride Common salt is used in…
Converting to a salt water pool requires the installation of a chlorine generator, and the salt for the pool water. Salt water pool are in fact chlorine pools the difference lays in the fact that chlorine is produced by running salt water through electrodes that in turn releases chlorine from the salt which is usually Sodium chloride (common salt) It may pay to also look at A new more environmentally friendly and healthier alternative By…
Dilution is the only way to reduce the salt level in your pool. The pool should be tested to determine the current level of salt. The amount of gallons the pool holds and the desired salt level will help you determine how much water needs to be drained out of the pool to allow the addition of fresh water to complete the dilution process.