What Causes Cloudy Pool Water?


Cloudy pool water is caused by various conditions. These include insufficient sunlight to the pool, early algae growth caused by low or inadequate oxidizer levels, insufficient filtration caused by too small a filter, insufficient hours of filter operation, frequent backwashing or cleaning of the filter, poor water circulation, overwhelming introduction of dirt and debris into the pool and unfilterable waste from swimmers.
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Cloudy pool water can be caused by a lot of things like high or low ph, low chlorine levels, high conditioner levels, algae, high volume of particles in the water. It can be taken care of however, but you may want to call a pool tech to fix the problem for you.
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