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.
Algae buildup will cause a salt water pool to turn green. A clogged filter will allow the algae to buildup in the pool.
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.
I think when it happens when the pool starts to turn green
Not sure about the week part but the chemicals in a pool will turn blonde green. No joking was in a pool as a kid and my hair was an algae green for a while after
It means you have algae growing.
haha, no Not just from dogs swimming in it. It can turn green because of the water being dirty. If it is your swimming pool it probably needs more chlorine or whatever you use for keeping it clean. If it is a kiddie pool just change the water.
A pool will usually turn green due to a growth of some sort. Normally salt water helps prevent this but you may need to use chemicals to flush your pool before resuming activities safely within it.
There are iron or heavy metals that are present and contaminating your pool if it turns green after treating it with chlorine. If this happens, you have to treat it quickly to avoid stains on the pool floor.
Your pool water probably has high copper content. You can remove it with a metal inhibitor.
Green hair is usually the result of excessive contact with pool chlorine.
In the Ocean, no it wont. However, in a saltwater pool that is'nt cleaned often, the algae can grow in your hair and turn it green.
The water of your new plaster finished pool might turn green when you added chlorine because of iron in your water. You pool generally needs to be filled with water that has been filtered for iron.
Sun-In will not turn your hair green if you swim. The reason that hair will turn green when swimming is due to the chemicals in the pool. When your hair is damaged, the chemicals soak in and that is what causes the color change.
Usually Algae, which can be cleared with an algaecide
Test your water for high levels of copper.
The chlorine in the swimming pool caused your hair to turn green
Hair bleaches in the pool not because of the chlorine, but because of the metals and copper in the water. If the pool has a high concentration of metals and copper, then yes, it will appear or turn a faint green.
Trace amounts of copper in your water. Use a metal remover from your pool store.
the chlorine make blond hair turn green. if you use chlorine shampoo it should get it out.
Yes its fine to turn it of overnight Most pools don't require more then 6 to 8 hours many, depending on the system can do with even less.
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.
algae. you need a sanitizer to keep it from growing!
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