You do not treat pool water hardness with chemicals. If you have hard water in your area then you need to know what the allowable maximum of water hardness is before the water needs to be changed. You remove or reduce the hardness in water by draining and refilling the pool.
No, it will affect the pH of your pool. You need to look at the chemicals calcium harness, as well as any metals in your water.
You have to treat pool water with pool chemicals and use a pool filter to get and keep the water clear.
Chlorine is an effective agent against treating your pool against bacteria. You can buy supplies to test and treat your pool at pool shops.
Yes you can fill a pool with hard well water. I have an above the ground pool and I have hard water. After you add shock and the rest of your chemicals, the water will turn brown. To get this out you will have to buy a chemical called metal out. It works great. You could probably add the metal out first. On start up of the pool you will have to use a few filters to get all the metal out of your pool water.
No, millions of pool owners do it. You just need a good filter system and the relevant chemicals .
If your pet get into the chemicals see a vet. If your pet is drinking water from the pool, even after chemicals have been added to the water, they will be ok.
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because the rain water mixes with the chemicals in the pool
It is called black algae. Your pool supply company can provide the proper chemicals to treat it.
as soon as you put the water in you can ad chemicals to it
Pool water can be considered oily do to the bleach. Usually if it feels oily to many chemicals have been added to the pool.
How to treat this problem depends on several factors. First what type of pool surface do you have? Next what specific chemicals were used in the staining? How many gallons of water do you have in your pool? What type of sanitizer are you currently using in your pool? What is your complete balance including total alkalinity and calcium hardness? What color is the stain? What are the copper or iron levels in the pool water? Do you use well water? Is it treated or untreated? With these questions answered we can help formulate a solution to your problem. The best way to try to resolve this issue is to take a pool water sample along with a picture of the stains and show them to you local pool store. If you can find a store that sells a line of products made by Jack's Magic that would be best. Jack's Magic makes a line of stain removing chemicals and has complete processes to remove the stains.
Pool water has chlorine in it which is a very strong powder that makes the pool clean. If you swallow a lot of pool water that is strong you could die. Pure water is clean with no chemicals.
Pool chemicals will be harmful to small children if ingested or if they come in contact with the skin at full strength. However, when used at proper levels in a pool they are not harmful. Pool chemicals in water are not harmful to children. Try to keep children from swallowing too much water though. Pool chemicals not stored correctly would be harmful to children, however!
If you are unsure about the chemicals required in your above ground pool take a water sample to your local pool shop and they will set you on the right path
clorine and depending on certain pools salt water.
No ... the suns rays equally heat pool water regardless of what chemicals are used for keeping the water clean.
Water needs to be tested for, lets say, a pool, because it is important to know what chemicals to add to your pool.
soz i dunnoIt is hard on the electricity even if not heated since you still have to run the pump constantly plus the chemicals.
That depends how hard your well water is. You can use a 'pool kit' to test this.That depends how hard your well water is. You can use a 'pool kit' to test this.
let it settle, then use the pool vac. Chemicals will clear the water but they wont vaccume
With proper chemicals, equipment, and a filter, you will never need to completely replace the water in a pool.
The cost for what: the pool, the water, the chemicals, the heat, the electricity, the maintenance etc???
no it is not but if you have an accident don't worry, there are chemicals in the pool water to deal with such accidents.
You could add water.