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What is the best way to clean dirty water in my pool without draining it completely?
The easiest way would be to “floc” the swimming pool.
Floc is short for flocculant. The chemical grabs all of the particles causing your pool to be cloudy and causes them to stick together. The combined weight causes them to sink to the bottom of the pool. The sinking process is called sedementation. You're not worried about all that, though.
So how do you floc?
First thing you need to do is make sure you get as much of the leaves and sludge out as possible. A blind vacuum wouldn't hurt depending on how bad the pool is.
Next you're going to want baking soda and a lot of it. If you go with a pool store, they will be able to sell you bulk baking soda for far cheaper than at walmart. You're going to want to add 10-15lbs of baking soda per 10,000 gallons. Most people leave this step out, and that is why it never works for them.
You will also need floc. You can find it online or at a local pool store. Different brands are going to be a little different, but I generally used one bottle per 10,000-15,000 gallons depending on how bad the individual pool was. E-Z Clor Drop Out Pool Calrifier 50-1076
Note, the link says clarifier, but it isn’t a clarified. It is a flocculant. Two completely different things. People at a pool store will most likely know this, but keep an eye out if you shop online
What are some of the pros and cons for salt water pools?
As far as sanitation goes, standard chlorine and salt generated chlorine work exactly the same. The difference comes in the method of delivery and in the side effects. Every method of putting chlorine into water has some side effects. The salt itself has a tendency to produce pin holes in stainless steel filters. Using a salt system to generate chlorine drives up the pH in a pool and requires more frequent additions of acid. Conversely, chlorine tablets have the side effect of adding more conditioner, if used long enough (years without draining) this can become an issue. Liquid chlorine adds salt and raises the pH. CalHypo adds calcium, which can cloud the water and raise the hardness. Even gas chlorine (the most pure form) has a side effects in that it lowers the pH drastically.
None of these methods is "maintance free." They all require testing the water and balancing the pH, Alkalinity, Hardness, Conditioner, etc.
In the long run, salt systems are probably a little more expensive than standard chlorine (once you factor in the repair costs).
Those who don't "like" salt systems may, more accurately, be promoting an alternative method such as Ozone. An ozonator produces ozone, which is a very fast oxidizer. Indeed, since about 80% of chlorine's "work" in a pool is the oxidation of organic matter, using ozone can reduce the amount of chlorine needed by about 50-80%. The nice thing about ozone is that there are no chemical side effects. You just benefit from using less chlorine and you get better quality water. The only "side effect" to consider with ozone is that there is no residual. This means that you will want to run the pump nearly 24 hours to get maximum results. Such a long pump run time is only economical with a variable speed pump that can be run on a low speed that only draws around 200 watts.
Family recreational pools
Any family can benefit from having a backyard inground pool for summer fun and relaxation. Once all the safety considerations are attended to the only thing left is to have some backyard summertime fun. Although simply having a pool can provide many hours of recreation, kids naturally look for ways to enhance the enjoyment. One way to increase the entertainment options is to add features to the existing pool. Lisa Hallett Taylor writing for thespruce.com, "Awe-inspiring water features, elaborate slides, caves, tunnels, boulders, and a general for-all-ages appeal is what recreational pools are all about." Water sports equipment can provide athletic options like basketball and volleyball as well.
Plunge pools are small pools similar in size to a hot tub; however, the water is kept very cold. Some athletes like to immerse themselves in the cold water to cool off after a good workout. Lisa Hallett Taylor writing for thespruce.com, "Plunge pools can be separate or attached to a larger in-ground pool. They can look like a spa—but one cautious foot in the pool will reveal otherwise." Plunge pools are deep but not very wide so swimming isn't an option, but they're perfect for lounging or for cooling off on a hot day.
Unlike a plunge pool, a spool, a combination of spa and pool, can be used for swimming even though it's much smaller than an average swimming pool. A spool has jets like a spa that allow the water temperature to be adjusted from cold to hot. Lisa Hallett Taylor writing for thespruce.com, "Measuring approximately 10 to 16 feet long and 6 to 8 feet wide, a spool is obviously much smaller than an in-ground swimming pool, but at least twice the length of the average spa." Also called a cocktail pool, a spool is great for small social gatherings.
An infinity pool is built with one or more edges below the water level so it gives the illusion of pool water flowing over the edge into infinity. However, the water is actually flowing into a separate container where the water is pumped back into the pool. In order to achieve the best visual effect, the surrounding landscape should be compatible with the design of the pool. For example, the edgeless side of the pool facing the ocean, a forest or the open sky gives the illusion that the water flow meets with the ocean below, sky above or flows off an elevation into the treetops below.
A lap pool is long, narrow and rectangular in shape. With no deep end, there's no opportunity for diving but every opportunity for swimming. Its main purpose is to provide the perfect place for swimming laps Elizabeth Heath writing for familyhandyman.com says, "Lap pools are long and narrow and typically the same depth throughout—deep enough to allow average-sized adults to swim and do laps without kicking the pool bottom." Swimming laps in the privacy of your own back yard gives a homeowner a great place for working out and cooling off in the same space.
A swimming pool can be a great addition for backyard summer recreation. Private workouts, family fun and evening cocktails with friends can all be enjoyed in a new pool.
(source: The Day)
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