There are a few ways to get rid of dirt in your swimming pool. Firstly there is a chemical that you can get in which will force all dirt suspended in the water to sink to the bottom. To clean the bottom of the pool for the first time, you will need a swimming pool hose, a vaccum head and a telescopic wand. All are available from a pool shop. You plug the vaccum head onto the telescopic wand and plug one end of the hose onto the vaccum head. Leave the vaccum head sitting over the water. Turn the filtration system on. Take the free end of the hose and fill with water by placing over a return jet. When all the air is out of the hose, take the free end and plug into your skimmer box. You will now be able to vaccum your pool by running the vaccum head along the bottom of the pool. Once clean, disconnect all equipment and backwash the pool. The pool should now be clean. Afterwards, you could consider buying an Auto Pool Cleaner - they move by using the filtration system and clean whenever they're in the pool. The only thing to remember though is that you will need to backwash regularly, since it is always cleaning the pool.
The chemical is a floc which is mixed in a bucket of water and spread of a maximum surface of the pool while the filter is operating for several hours on "Recirculate". Then turn off filter for a day or two to allow the sediment to settle before vacuuming. When vacuuming the sediment from the floor of the pool, do not vacuum through the filter. Vacuum to waste.
Fill it with cement then put dirt on top of it and plant grass :)
You can use a portable pump and dump the water as you vacuum the pool. Otherwise there isn't anyway.
move your swimming pool
You buy a swimming pool net and scoop them out.
in a swimming pool
Yes. That is how the dirt is removed.
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.
It depends, what shape is the pool, then i can tell you. =)
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How can I get rid of rust colored stains in my salt water pool. It is only in the shallow end?
You can use a black hole
Swimming pools are chlorinated (have Cl2 added to it) and filtered to decrease bacteria and dirt content.
There are suitable products available at your pool shop. avoid cleaners with phosphates as these feed Algae the last thing a pool needs. A good way to keep the ring of the pool is to have the skimmer working as well as possible or use a floating skimmer that will always work at optimum.
scrub it, easy concept
Add more chlorine
When ever it looks like it needs it, It depends largely on the nature of the dirt getting into the pool.
You don't "remove it" You fill it in with dirt and pack it firmly.
Cilit Bang!! And the dirt is gone!
Copper sulphate or Methylene Blue will kill the Algae - you then have to drain and wash the pool to get rid of the debris
Swimming pools can have many types of bottoms. Most are cement or dirt. So if its cement and bumpy its probably wearing and the same if its dirt. When the pool was put in on top of the dirt is sand usually so the sand has shifted. The water stays in because most pools have liners.
Go under the water
you should drain the pool and wash it out with a hose
If a person is fairly dirty (for example, covered in mud) then they should clean themselves off before swimming, as a courtesy to the pool maintainers. Dirt gets into the pool filters, so the less dirt in the water, the longer the filters are operational. Otherwise, that is why they get chlorinated. It is better to have the bath or shower after swimming, though.