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Hydrochloric acid and potasium help alot

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All pools need something to help keep it clean and safe. Chlorine has long been the sanitizer of choice. Saltwater is no different, as the charged cell breaks down Salt in the water into Chlorine.


saltwater in a pool should be drained every couple of months make sure to have it balanced with other chemicals too -lola5597


to kill all the bad things that might get in there when you go in it but doesnt hurt you


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saltwater fish need to breath in saltwater and not fresh water. just like we need to breath in oxygen and not carbon dioxide.


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yes, they do need saltwater to live.


Filters and chemicals work differently. You'll need both. The filter removes particulate from the water, which makes it clear (which makes you happy). The chemicals act by reducing the amount of microorganisms growing in the water. The chemicals work first and the filter sweeps up after them. For a private pool you can use less of the chemicals than are usually used in public pools.


you need 'water ice' , dust and other chemicals


All sorts of chemicals can separate other chemicals chemically. You need to be more specific.


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.


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No, a saltwater pool does not need to be covered.


None, they need saltwater in order to survive.


Chlorine is what is usually put in pools to keep them clean and to kill the bacteria living there. http://www.ehow.com/list_6709916_chemicals-do-need-pool_.html



can you?? you NEED to!!


They live IN FRESHWATER. They CAN live in saltwater, but they need freshwater to drink.


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You need an aquarium, a filter, a lighting system, sand, rocks, some saltwater, and something to start the cycle.


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Because they are saltwater fish and not freshwater fish. Like humans drink freshwater and not saltwater, because our bodies can't tolerate an intake of saltwater.


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