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Thread: Cloudy because of bromine and chlorine?

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    Cloudy because of bromine and chlorine?

    Hi All

    I have a 25,000 gal pool (Liquid Chlorine) and 900 gal spa (bromine in line erosion feeder.) Is it possible for a pool to be cloudy if multiple people through the day move from the spa to the pool mixing the bromine and chlorine from their body?



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    Re: Cloudy because of bromine and chlorine?

    I doubt it. Bromine and chlorine will work together.
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    Re: Cloudy because of bromine and chlorine?

    Agree with JohnT. Cloudy water is usually an indication of lack of appropriate sanitizer level. Lots of swimmers in a short amount of time can cloudy things up for a bit too but that is usually also an indication of low sanitizer levels too.
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