How to Remove Iron in Pool Water?

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You can remove iron from pool water by using a suction. You can also react the iron with other substances in order to get it to sediment. After that, you can let it get sucked up by your filters.
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1. Fill the pool water 2 to 3 inches above its normal level. Once the pH has risen to the point where the color is just beginning to change, you are ready to begin ...
1. Fill the pool water 2 to 3 inches above its normal level. Once the pH has risen to the point where the color is just beginning to change, you are ready to begin ...
1. Fill the pool water 2 to 3 inches above its normal level. Once the pH has risen to the point where the color is just beginning to change, you are ready to begin ...
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