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    Cloudy, cloudy cloudy. HELP

    Hi. New here so bear w/ me. I just converted my pool to saltwater and I really like it so far. Only problem I'm having is that it's still cloudy. Any suggestions? Ph has been a bit high so I added baking soda tabs. Pool store told me to get clarifier, stabilizer, and conditioner(I think it was conditioner. It was basically 4lbs of baking soda). Still been pretty cloudy but it seems to be getting a little better.

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    Re: Cloudy, cloudy cloudy. HELP

    Welcome to TFP.

    Tell us more about your pool and equipment (size, type, pump, filter, etc)?

    Post a full set of test reslts and how you go them?

    We need those things to be able to be of any real help to you.

    Cloudiness can be caused by many things but is most commonly algae starting to bloom.
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