How do I get rid of Green water in my pool?
i need to know how to get rid of green water
you need to shock your pool with an extra dose of chlorine, but remember not to use the pool for at least 48 hours after doing so. This is the best treatment to remove the green algae, then after killing it off by doing this you will need to give weekly algaeside to stop it from coming back. I hope this helps, all the best, Mandy.
How do you get rid of clear green pool water Chemical balance is perfect and no trace metals or algae A soft swim pool?
Green pool water is caused by algae growth. When chlorine levels drop below 1-parts-per-million, algae will begin to grow. To get rid of the algae, turn on the pump so chemicals will circulate through the water. Correct the pH level of the water by adding an acid or a base to bring the pH level to a 7 or 8. Clean any debris out of the pool. With a nylon brush scrub the pool, breaking…
Green Stuff in the Pool The green stuff is one of two things: 1) algae which needs to be oxidized (shocked) or 2) copper which can be removed with a sequestering agent. Here are more answers from other FAQ Farmers: Like the posters above you could have Algae, generally indicated by a green growth on walls and cracks and crannys of the pool along with the water being green. Copper from perhaps a heater's heat…
Your pool water may have turned green even after adding Fresh and Clear because of metals in your water. It is likely copper that is causing the water green. Your pool store will have products available to remove the metals and clear your water up. You might also have algae if you are not putting enough chlorine in the pool.
the pool turned your hair green because when you get out the pool you didn't wash your hair right after you got out.... Also your hair is like a sponge before you get in the pool you should put your hair under normal water then get in the pool...because you would rather your hair soke up the normal water than the chlorine water