I'd wait at least 24-48 hrs, depending how much chlorine you added, if you super shocked the pool then wait 24hrs if you just added a small amount, it's now a big deal. Im a homeowner not a pool builder or cleaner. This is what we;ve done in the past.. you'd might want to call a pool supply store and ask this question just to make sure. You should wait 20 to 30 minutes for normal additions of chlorine or other chemicals. However you should read the manufacturers instructions ir directions with the regard to algaecides. If superchlorinating you obviously need to wait longer. You have to give the circulation system time to distribute any chemical additions to the pool such as chlorine of muriatic acid.
About 25- 49 hours :)
After adding calcium chloride to a swimming pool, you should wait at least 2 hours before swimming. It is recommended however that a full filtration cycle be allowed before entering the water.
You should wait approximately 20 minutes to swim after adding liquid chlorine to your swimming pool. This will allow the time necessary to accurately circulate and disperse the chemical throughout the water.
You should wait a couple of hours before swimming in a pool after adding PH minus. Check your water before swimming to ensure that the PH has been lowered.
I'm not sure what you mean. If your qeustion is how long do you have to wait to swim after adding chlorine, it really depends. If you're adding chlorine to bring the level up to 2.0 or 3.0ppm, then wait minimum 1 hour before swimming, and be sure the filter is on. If you're shocking the pool and bringing the level up to 10-12ppm, you need to wait until the pool reaches a safe level as stated above.
The chlorine levels in a swimming pool would kill them before they could hatch.
I'd wait for at least two hours before going in the pool.
It really doesn't matter how long you wait because chlorine is bad no matter how long you wait. It helps a little if you wet your hair with fresh water before swimming, also put a leave-in conditioner on before you swim, this way your hair won't absorb as much chlorine.
I wouldn't recommend a swimming pool afterwards because of the chlorine, but the ocean is fine as it is a natural healer (all the salt water) it may sting though.
It is advised to wait approximately two hours before swimming after adding pH to a pool. This gives the chemicals plenty of time to work.
The swimming pool at the Landmark Hotel in London is 15-metres. It's a heated and chlorine-free swimming pool. One can enjoy swimming in this pool without worrying about the side effects of chlorine, especially if one is pregnant.
Just about immediately
There Is No Time You Have To Wait, This All Depends On Personal Preferation. As Long As You Go Swimming In A Pool Containing Chlorine You Will Be Fine.
You can get straight in, there is nothing to wory about.
Usually overnight. Test the water to see that the chlorine level has gone down.
Possibly 20 minutes or enough time for the circulation to disperse the chlorine and or acid.
Lots of chlorine, brushing and long filter run times.
You can use it straight away it mixes very rapidly and if you swim in it it will mix even more quickly.
Yes, but it will take more and won't last as long as pool chlorine.
Depending on quantity added -- about half hour.
Chlorine is a poisonous gas usually used in swimming pools, when breathed in, it can be very dangerous and harmful but used in swimming pools it is highly diluted and if only swallowed occasionally, is harmless. If people swim in chlorinated pools regularly, then their hair can become lighter, although if a persons hair is very blonde, almost white, then long periods in swimming pools can lead to hair gaining a greenish tinge, which can be washed out in a shower or bath. Overall chlorine is dangerous as a gas in air but is harmless in swimming pools, and there are no long term effects.
No, as long as he/she is not swallowing it or developing a rash, then he/she should be fine.
I'm pretty sure it's four or five
Swimming during your period is fine as long as you wear a tampon which should be changed before and after you go swimming