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To fix a green salt water pool, add chlorine. Users can also add algae prevention chemicals to keep the pool from turning green.

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If you go to the pool store they sell a chemical called pool shocker. This shocks your pool water back to its normal color.



Instead of using chlorine, it is becoming increasingly popular to have a salt water pool. The salt water keeps the pool clean, is free of chemicals, and is good for your skin.


Go to a hair salon and get it done professionally.


Vacuum if necessary then shock it.


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.


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If it is a green tint from a swimming pool then yes it does help - DO NOT EAT IT! Let about 6-8 tablets dissolve in water then wash your hair with it.


You're pool has run out of cholorine. Without a sanatizer your pool will turn cloudy and then green. Shock it right away and make sure you have enough chlorine to sanatize. You also have to run the pump longer to filter out contaminants. You are not adding enough chlor I have a question what if your pool water goes from green to blue foggy water? Then what do u do to fix it? My dad has tried almost everything!


algaecide. just don't put too much in because too much of it will stain your liner and that's what turns peoples hair green.


Sound like you have a problem with algae. An algaecide can be purchased at a pool shop to fix this problem. Just in case take a sample of the water with you when you go.



To clean a green or murky pool, add more chlorine at intervals directed on the package until the water becomes clear. If the problem persists, use your test kit to determine if you may need to add a different chemical to fix the problem.


Firstly you find out how the DE got into the pool - must be a broken filter pad. Fix that, then vacuum the pool. No point vacuuming before you fix the filter problem, or the DE will finsih up back in the pool.


That sounds too far gone to fix with chemicals: you really need to drain it, scrub it if need be while it's empty, then fill it with fresh water and add salt/chlorine etc as appropriate. Ask whoever sold it to you if you want further advice


A salt water pool in most cases uses a salt water chlorinator. It converts sodium chloride (Salt) to sodium hypochlride (chlorine) so you still have a chlorinated pool. Ozone is far healthier and maintenance free. Ozone can replace partially or totally Chlorine in the pool. It is many times more effective in getting rid of bacteria, algae & viruses than Chlorine. It will maintain a very clean water without the use of the many chemicals used to disinfect, to adjust the PH, Alkalinity, .......... By comparison to the Chlorine , Ozone treatment is virtually maintenance free. All you need is to install Ozonator, add the Ozone fix and enjoy.


um... i would have to say, empty the water (if you can) then clean the pool spotless. Make sure all the tubes (jets) and filter is cleaned out and spotless again. then fill it up with clean water. run it for a day or two and then add the chlorine or and other chemicals you want. (That's the best i can say) or get a new pool.


Test and balance the water. If your salt generator is not working your chlorine can be low, at this point you will need to add granular chlorine. Also check your stabilizer or cya, without this is your chlorine will evaporate. If your cya is fine and your chlorine is low it may be because you need to clean the cell.


The water must be out of balance to find out exactly what your problem is take a sample of the water to a pool shop for testing and they will advise you as to what the problem is and how to fix it


fix the leak. call a pool specialist if you don't know how to fix it



You have to pour clarifier. The color doesn't have anything to do with Cl.


Fill it with water so skateboarders quit using it.


Either you get your own chlorine testing equipment from your pool shop or other outlet and do the water testing your self by following the instructions that come with it. Or you take a water sample to a pool shop that does water testing and they will let you know what is required.


1 post on my above ground pool is high and the bottom of the post has widened. Should I try to dig under the post and fix it or just leave it alone?



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