Why Is My Swimming Pool Cloudy?

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Cloudy water in swimming pools can be caused by early algae growth that is caused by low or insufficient sanitiser/oxidiser levels or use of a heater, hence causing faster sanitiser usage. Cloudiness can also be caused by poor circulation because of lack of pool usage.
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