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How long do you have to wait for the pool to be decontaminated from dog poop?

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2011-09-13 00:50:06
2011-09-13 00:50:06

It depends on the size of the pool, if its a kiddie pool, just empty it and refill it. For larger pools, the bacteria that is on the dog feces will die in a matter of seconds after coming in contact with chlorine. So it is unessesary to wait for decontamination.

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