To fix a green salt water pool, add chlorine. Users can also add algae prevention chemicals to keep the pool from turning green.
Proper water chemistry instead of neglect. Long filter periods and a clean filter.
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.
You have to treat pool water with pool chemicals and use a pool filter to get and keep the water clear.
No, algae makes your pool water green. Use chlorine to kill the algae and maybe a good algaecide to keep it clear.
Your water is turning green due to algae. You need to scrub your pool walls to and then "Shock" your pool by adding chlorine. Keep your pool filtered and it should clear up in a few days.
Yes, the solar cover helps to prevent evaporation, (water turning to water vapor and leaving the pool). Evaporation is also one of the major causes of heat loss to a pool.
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.
Are you using iodized salt or pool salt? I've read that the iodine in the iodized salt will leave yellow staining in the pool.
i need to know how to get rid of green water
Do not use blue (copper) algecide. If you have already added too much blue algecide in the past, the only way to remove it is to buy a metal remover at your pool supply or do a partial drain and refill of the pool water. Pool Masters