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I have been setting up pools in the same area in my yard for about 6 years now. I have found that play sand is the best under lament for the liner. Now I went from a 18 foot to a 22 foot Coleman and need to expand the circumference extremely. I will let you folks know how it turns out. I am an extreme leveler and compactor to be sure to protect my ...


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If you get a bag or 2 of shock treatment it will help knock the algae out. This time of year I find the toughest to keep my pool clean as the water is warming and it gets away fast shock treatment brings the chlorine levels up. The link is for a small box of bags I usually loose control several times a year when I forget to put a chlorine tablet in the ...


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Difficult. You may be able to drain it, but it doesn't take much standing water for mosquitoes to breed so that's an ongoing issue unless you fill it in. If your don't drain it, you can keep it chlorinated/brominated/ozonated to kill the mosquitoes. That may require running the filter system. If you can keep the pool covered, you can reduce the amount of ...


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You have to cut the pipe. When re-installing you should put in unions instead of just couplings so that removing the pump is possible without disturbing the system, as the original installers should have. Since your piping is pretty tight you will need to do some re-piping. Here's an example:


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Its not clear if your goal is to avoid strong chemical pool treatments (for their obvious problems) or avoid the cost (monetary or ecological) of doing treated water replacement, but there is one approach that you haven't considered that might suit your needs. It's called Salt Water Chlorination, it uses a catalyst to turn salt water into chlorine very very ...


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You don't say much about the type of pool (in-ground,above ground, lined, concrete, etc) or the environment (is freezing an issue) but our in-ground vinyl lined pool in the southern United States uses a salt water chlorinator and the water has not been replaced (aside form evaporative losses) in the 5 years since the pool was installed. It doesn't get much ...


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Not sure what you mean by liquid chlorine, but Sodium Hypocholrite (household bleach) will make the pool water yellow and your bathing suit white. My only comment about Dichloroisocyanuric Acid and Trichlorisocyanuric Acid is that these are by far the most dangerous pool chemicals... mixing them with other pool chemicals is the most common recipe for ...



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