Metal Compounds in Pool Water
Any type of swimming pool water may consist of copper, silver, manganese, and iron. Meaning they are always there. The problem may occur once mixed in with a solution such as chlorine. There will be some discoloration in the pool water or some evidence of pool stain deposits. These often happen due to oxidation. From swimming pool shock treatment or even from improper chemical levels of the pool water.
Green hair is caused by metals in the water combined with chlorine and imbalanced water chemistry. A metal remover is the only way to take off traces of metal in the pool water. Traces of metal in the pool water can be identified through different stain colors. Good thing is that the metals in the pool water are non-toxic. The main issue is when it causes cloudy water or stains.
These stain colors may occur during or after the oxidation process. Brown color may occur after iron is mixed with chlorine, turning some swimming pool parts of the water into rusty brown. Copper, when mixed with chlorine, is turning some swimming pool parts of the water to the green. Manganese, when mixed with chlorine, is turning some swimming pool parts of the water to purple. Lastly, silver, when mixed with chlorine, is turning some swimming pool parts of the water to black.
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