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Is a saltwater system or a chlorinated water inground swimming pool better?

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2007-08-30 00:10:12
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A salt system connected into the plumbing of the pool produces chlorine from the salt that is added to the pool. One system is done manually the other is somewhat automatic. You have to add the salt and test and monitor pretty much the same as in the manual add system.

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