What causes swimming pool water to turn green when it is shocked?
If your pool water turns green after it is shocked with chlorine, it is too basic. Algae can thrive there now and it is green. Add pool acid (it may require several gallons) and check the pH of the water frequently, adding more, if needed. If it gets too acidic, you can add some baking soda (which is basic) until you reach the desired pH - slightly below neutral. Neutral is pH7.0
answer : if you used well water you have metals in your pool take a test water sample to your pool dealer and have it checked for metals and he will advise what to do next
The reason why your hair turns green in your swimming pool is due to the fact that your pH in your water is off. Adjust the pH by adding the proper amount. Its a myth that chlorine causes this. Chlorine is the main ingredient in a lot of cleaning solutions such as bleach. When you get your hair bleached a lot of the hair products that are used for this lists the main ingredient as…
New pool- filled with clear water looked great then shocked it and it turned green within 15 minutes-was filled and shocked on the same day?
A pale green gas is dissolve in the water in swimming poolsfind out what it is called.why it is used.what else can you find out about this gas?
When Jane was swimming in the ocean she got some water in her mouth.What is the most likely reason that she quickly spit it out?
Green Stuff in the Pool The green stuff is one of two things: 1) algae which needs to be oxidized (shocked) or 2) copper which can be removed with a sequestering agent. Here are more answers from other FAQ Farmers: Like the posters above you could have Algae, generally indicated by a green growth on walls and cracks and crannys of the pool along with the water being green. Copper from perhaps a heater's heat…