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How do you put the salt into the water?


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Answered 2005-11-03 00:54:10

The best way to add salt to the water is to split the bag open and pour the salt onto the steps. This way the ink on the bag will not stain the pool and by putting the salt on the steps your Kreepy Krawly or other automated pool cleaner will not suck the salt up.


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