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BANGKOK 21 July 2019 03:33
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Our pool is always a lovely shade of green.

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2 minutes ago, Yinn said:

Get this one.....

 

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How, pray tell, will this make our pool not green?  It's green on and off now for several years.  It has rats too.

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Maybe have ph problem, so maybe need soda.

or

maybe chlorine problem.

Do the test and it will say the problem. Maybe it both problem.

 

Is the condo/hotel pool? Or private? 

 

If you have the Chang clean the pool I think he maybe lazy to check. Ask him, I sure he never use the test in the photo I send. Easy to use it. One minute to check. 

Too green, not clear.

He will try to say because “rain”. But not true. If chlorine and ph perfect not have this problem sure.

 

look at YouTube if you not understand.

 

i think the rat live in the parm tree. The rat like it.

 

 

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Just now, observer90210 said:

When they filled up our pool when it was built, the water was green and it took 24 hours for the water to settle and the chemicals to do their job. Few days later it was the blue colour we wanted. Get a pool specialist, he would give you the right advice.

It's been green on and off for more than 2 years.

 

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^ Why haven't you taken control of the situation bought some chemicals and turned the circulating pump on? 

 

Then again maybe none of the other residents are interested in swimming.

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4 hours ago, Tropicalevo said:

A normal pool (ie not salt water or using a chlorinator) should have chlorine added on a regular basis.

 

The picture from Yinn is a pool testing kit. Your pool needs to have the chemicals balanced properly.

 

Using the testing kit will tell you when to add chlorine, acid or soda ash.

 

A green pool is usually a sign of not enough chlorine.

 

Another problem may be not running the pump for long enough each day.

Dirty too.  Rarely vacuumed.  

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8 hours ago, edgarfriendly said:

and you seriously wonder why its green??!

The "juristic" office says they are doing a fantastic job taking care of the pool.

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send me PM. But I not cheap!! 5555555 Take care water a Ramayana for 2 yrs! 

 

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Have them change to a salt water system with Chlorinator. Much less maintenance.

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You must have a green thumb! My garden is a lovely shade of brown!

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