Humm, my answer would be to use 12.5% liquid chlorine and plenty of it. much cheaper than the product above. BUT..
Although you can shock-dose the pool, as I think you imply, the total chlorine level in the pool before anyone uses it should still be from 2 to 4ppm.
Also ensure the pH is correct before adding any disinfectant.
You clean it.
no, the cloride you put in the swimming pool to keep ik clean, is toxic for fish
Have the pool drained and acid washed.
Usually any where inside the pool
With a net.
Clean the filter
get a cat that can swim ?
they got swimming pool
Yes because if the pool is Not clean then bacteria is in the pool which causes his infection
Get a big net and get them out with a pool net
Swimming pool covers are able to keep your pool insulated as well as clean. Leaves, grass, and other debris are less likely to enter the pool.
A good brand is Extreme Clean.
IMagime swimming in a pool full of trash :/
Swimming in chemically imbalanced swimming pool can give harm into your health. You need to keep in mind that every pool must have clean water, free from algae, dirt and sediments. There are may tips that you can get online on how to properly balance your swimming pool chemicals.
To keep your swimming pool clean you will need a filters and a water pump. A vacuum would as be a good idea.
A highly rated swimming pool has to consist of safety and hygiene. A highly rated pool should have trained life guards and should have a clean changing and pool area.
People.And only people.Because of the chlorine in a backyard swimming pool anything that lives in there, (fish/sea creatures) will die.
rain and acid wash
The liquid is called Chlorine.
wash it with shampoo and conditioner
Crystal Clear with perfectly balanced chemicals.