Cloudy Pool Water after Shocking?

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If your pool had an algae problem prior to the shock treatment, it will likely take a few days for the water to clear up. If the water is still cloudy after a few days, there may be a problem with the pool filter.
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If your pool water is cloudy, it could be a sign that you have some really dirty people swimming in it. You might want to check your pump to see if it is filtering properly. You may
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Trace amounts of copper in your water. Use a metal remover from your pool store.
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1. Clean the water that is in the pool with a pool net. Use the net to pick up sticks, leaves and other debris that may be contributing to the cloudy appearance of your pool's water
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Ideally it should NEVER become cloudy shock or not. 20 pounds of it? That's a tad excessive even for a 20X40. Olympic or commercial perhaps but residential? Wow. Ok.first off, it's
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