What do you put in the pool to eliminate the rust when you fill a 15' x 42 inch pool with city hard water?
AnswerIt's very tough to remove rust stains if they are already established. It sounds like you have an aboveground pool, possibly purchased at Canadian Tire. You can use a sequestering agent (such as Aqua Min-Out) to keep the rust-causing minerals in solution (in the water) so that they don't stain the pool. To remove existing stains, you can try dropping some granular PH Minus (PH Down) into the water so that it settles onto the rust spot or spots. Obviously, this will only work on the bottom of the pool and if the water is still. In addition, ensure that you have your water professional tested to determine the Free Chlorine, pH, Total Alkalinity, Calcium Hardness and Stabilizer levels. Poor water balance can cause problems with the liner, and if the alkalinity is low, any metal parts (in the pump, etc.) will rust.
AnswerTry BioGuard's product called Pool Magnet. It is great for removing various metals from the water.
Just a little added detail you can also purchase a filter that screws onto the end of your hose so the water is filtered clean of minerals before it even reaches your pool water.
Some disadvantages of hard water in medicine are its high mineral content and its adverse affects to certain chemicals. Pure water is typically used to eliminate these problems. Read More
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… Read More
No, because a water balloons pop when they hit a hard surface where as a normal if you fill it with water then it will not pop when it hits a hard surface as it is not made from the same latex its made from a more fragile material. Read More
What disorders occurs when the colon absorbs too much water from the feces making them dry and hard and difficult to eliminate?
Constipation, which then can lead to hemorrhoids. Read More
I have always done it the hard way by draining the radiator, then refill with water and some radiator flush, run the engine till at operating temp and drain again. Fill with water, run and drain 2 more times, then refill with coolant and water at 50/50 mix. They do make power flush kits that eliminate the added steps. Read More
First you put as many eggs as you want to boil into the bot but only one layer of eggs (don't stack them) then fill the pot with water and fill so there is about an inch of water above the eggs. start boiling and after about 12 minutes remove it from the stove. drain the water and refill with warm water. Empty again and fill with cold tap water. Read More
First, drain the water. Next, get in the dry pool with a portective suit , rubber gloves and boots on. Then get a pool brush and scrub hard. Last, fill pool with water then drain and fill again. Hard work, huh? well its worth it no need to thank me!!!!Wait yes need to thank me!!! Read More
It will expand and freeze. If you put it in a hard to bend/break surface (I mean really hard) and fill it to capacity, then it won't freeaze. There is no room for expansion. Read More
because you might have used hard or tap water to fill up the water tank there for making the ice taste like the water which tastes funny Read More
It's hard to be like him or her. Read More
 Water softener takes the hard calcium and magnesium out of hard water.  It does so by replacing them with potassium and sodium. That's supposed to make it easier for plant cells to absorb water and to flush out toxins. And that's supposed to eliminate that hard build-up because the culprits - calcium and magnesium - are no longer.  The problem is that soft water can have salt build-up. And some say that… Read More
under the water by sootopolis city (but it is hard to finde) :( good luck Read More
Fill your coffee pot with white vinegar and leave it until morning. Than, use magic eraser, wash it with soapy water (ordinary dish detergent) and rinse it with warm water. Read More
No, ciprofloxacin will not clear drugs out of your body. In fact, it will do the opposite. Your liver contains enzymes which belong to the CYP450 family (cytochrome P450). These enzymes help to eliminate drugs from your body by making them soluble in water and this able to be excreted by the urinary tract. If you consume ciprofloxacin, CYP450 enzymes will be working hard to eliminate it from your body, instead of other drugs. So… Read More
Most likely due to hard water inside of the unit. Or possibley the h2o pressure going thru the valve. Read More
Because of greece's geography. It's mountainous geography and isolated islands with water all around is basically what makes it hard. Read More
you can but its really hard you half to catch all of them that's what i did and they where gone Read More
One possible cause is your diet. If you eat very little fiber, your poop is compact and hard- and hard for you to eliminate. Add some fiber to your diet- some fruit, vegetables, a salad, high fiber cereal. Drink more water. Read More
If we work hard enough, we could probably fill in the hole of the ozone layer! Read More
all you have to do is make it into a ball or slam it really hard on a surface. Read More
There are two ways that work the best... the first is to fill the saucepan with water and dish detergent and wait a few hours. If you don't have time to wait you can add more water on top of the hard caramel and then bring it to a boil. All the hard caramel that is stuck to the bottom will dissolve in the water and then take the pot off of the heat and… Read More
Oh, yes! The water treatment in the city waterworks removes harmful organisms, removes solids (mud) and bad smell- but generally does not remove dissolved minerals, such as calcium. Our home in Colorado was on a municipal water supply, but we still needed a water softener in our home. Read More
What is the name that disorders occurs when the colon absorbs too much water from the feces making them dry and hard and difficult to eliminate?
dessication dehydration Read More
New York City is on the coast -- at least it has salt water in the rivers when the tide comes in. Brooklyn has salt-water beaches. It's hard to know what you mean by 'coast'. Read More
first go to the menu when you start the game and fill in the information and you got gts but is hard to fill out Read More
Water is of two types i.e hard and soft water. Hard water can be converted in to sot water by either of the ways i.e by boiling hard water or by clark's process. Read More
temporary hard water is easy to convert to soft water where as permanent hard water is the other way round Read More
Hard water has more minerals in it. Hard water is water that has high mineral content (in contrast with "soft water") Read More
Manhattan and all New York City supplied water comes from reservoirs filled by rain water and is considered soft. Hard water contains minerals such as calcium and magnesium carbonates usually leached by water percolating (moving through) underground limestone and chalk deposits and retrieved from wells. Read More
it inreases cause it isn't a solid hard shape and so the liquid will fill its container like ice and water. ice is smaller but water has a larger volume Read More
It is actually not very hard, you need to fill out a Form 1288 Read More
Hard water does not produce lather. So soap does not work effectively with hard water as soap does not form a good lather with hard water. Read More
I would only connect the soft water to the auto-fill if you are having a problem with the pool water being 'too hard'. If you do not have hard water in the pool, there is no advantage in using soft-water for topup. You can use the soft water BUT you MUST maintain the correct level of calcium hardness in the pool water (200-275ppm is good). If the calcium hardness falls too low other problems can… Read More
Water is of two types i.e hard water and soft water. Soft water is the water that easily lather with soap while hard water does not lather with soap. Read More
No. Hard water is water with high amounts of dissolved calcium and magnesium. Read More
You might be talking about ice but hard water is sourced from limescale rock and the limescale is in the water and that is what you get in your kettle when you dont filter the hard water. Read More
Cause they were the only rivers, and water is hard to find there. Read More
Reptiles were the first animals to have hard-shelled eggs, meaning they are the first amniotes. What came with this was the first to develop internal fertilization. They evolved from amphibians who has water permeable skin to reptiles with hard waterproof skin, so they were able to eliminate their strong dependency for water. Along with developing waterproof skin, they were the first to develop a water retaining excretory system even more eliminating the need to live… Read More
Hard water does not produce lather with soap . So soap does not work effectively with hard water . A large amount od soap is wasted while using with hard water. Read More
Hard water is a term used to describe water with too many minerals in it. Hard water can dry out your skin after a shower. Read More
Crystalized coolant? due to a leaking headgasket? Read More