Algae will develop in untreated water turning the water green and or foggy. If it is a swimming pool, and you don't mind, it can be treated with chemicals that you can get at the big box hardware stores or a pool supply place. If the pool is for fish you can use a biological filter and pump system.
You're pool has run out of cholorine. Without a sanatizer your pool will turn cloudy and then green. Shock it right away and make sure you have enough chlorine to sanatize. You also have to run the pump longer to filter out contaminants. You are not adding enough chlor I have a question what if your pool water goes from green to blue foggy water? Then what do u do to fix it? My dad has tried almost everything!
cause its gross
Algae buildup will cause a salt water pool to turn green. A clogged filter will allow the algae to buildup in the pool.
if its green and you have frogs living in it you need to drain it. If it just needs to be vaccumed and the water is foggy, Chemicals will clear it up
It would cause excessive mud and the swimming pool would sink slightly. It would only cause a sinkhole if there was a hole underground under the pool.
The only reason the pool would turn green would be if the Baquacil is not entirely out of the pool and it reacts with the Chlorine.
s like you have a problem with algae.
When a pool turns green, the cause is the build up of algae. To remove the algae, chemicals will need to be bought to restore the PH levels in the pool, killing the algae.
The color of the pool is no problem at all. If the water is green, who in his right mind would jump in?
The chlorine is reacting to minerals in the water.
I am not sure why this has not been answered. The most common reason for the green is algae growth. If you put on a solar cover and ignore pool maintenance, then the algae will grow as the water heats and when you remove the cover, the pool will be green
Sweep out any debris. Amend the chemicals and run the pump.
If you put too much chlorine it would turn white and fade, or if you didn't clean it in a while and the water went green from the leaves .
th e gunk u get on your slef
Green water in a pool is from bacteria and algae that grow in non moving water. Improper PH, a plugged filter, and hot weather can all cause aq bacteria and algae bloom.
Generally algae causes pool water to turn green. If your asking about pool plaster, it's usually metals that cause it to turn green IE: copper or manganese. Sometimes that's from to low pH or use of copper based algaecides.
By killing the green algae with an algaecide available at your pool shop.
my pool did get milky but cleared up after 48 hours
Depends how much green is in it and what kind of pool: Mobile pool with little green in it on the floor and sides- jump in and scrub it or drain it and then scrub it. Ground pool with little green on the floor and sides- same answer. Mobile pool with lots of green in it-drain it pick out the algae throw that away then scrub throughly Ground pool with lots of green in it- same answer.
You must first determine the cause of the green water - then rectify that. The green water could be the result of the equipment not functioning correctly, or not being operated correctly, or being undersized for your pool. Or it could be a water balance problem.
Green hair is usually the result of excessive contact with pool chlorine.
If it's slimy, it's algae. You need to adjust your chemical treatments.
It is not the salt water pool or the salt water that is turning your hair green. It is a poorly maintained pool with a chemical imbalance - pH and total alkalinity out of required parameters.