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.
in feet,example:if the side of the swimming pool says 4ft the length of the swimming pool would be 4 feet
I am not sure if the salt would cause color loss, However the chlorine can.
Unless you have an ozonator, which would inject ozone (O3) to sanitize, there are no gases added to the water of a swimming pool.
probably an allergic reaction to the chlorine in the water
Depends on how thick the foam is and how much. Some pool chemicals cause a foam on the surface of the water when added to the pool water, but if you added dish soap to the water that foam would ruin the pool filter and swimming in it wouldn't be good.
I would not suggest a water trampoline for your home swimming pool. You can not control the trajectory when you jump and injuries could be caused if you strike the pool skirt.
A swimming pool,swimming bath,wading pool, or simply apool, is an artificially enclosed body ofwaterintended forswimmingor water-basedrecreation.
Not that i know of.. Its impossible to bleed whilst swimming anyway but i dont know whether when you get out it just starts bleeding. Its beyond me.
Swimming pool water is JUST water. Water is usually a solvent.
yes, chlorinated water does cause skin darkening
I depends on what type of pool your are swimming at. Like if one pool you are swimming at is 12 feet and a different pool is 5 feet the is going to be more water is the 12 foot swimming pool.It depends on the size of the pool.
its not always the pool getting warmer. sometimes staying in water for a long period of time can cause you body to warm up.
That would completely depend upon the size and shape of the pool.
it means your swimming in a pool with dirty water and fish.....get out!
Swimming pool water can be what ever temperature you would like it to be just not too cold or too hot just need to have a little relaxation. :)
The solvent would be water, the solute would be the chlorine chemicals
The solvent would be water, the solute would be the chlorine chemicals.
I would not recommend it, the bubbles could get into the pipes of the pool which could cause problems with the water that runs out of the pipe. It is also could affect the chlorine in the pool.
Reduces alkalinity of swimming pool water (softens hard water)
put water in it
Chlorine is added to swimming pool water to disinfect it.
Water in a swimming pool is compound because the water and chlorine have been chemically combined.