Natural Cleaning, fish?

Stains on the pool surfaces, pool equipment
or on the swimmers, or off-color swimming pool
water. Discolored but clear pool water.
poolideas
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Natural Cleaning, fish?

Postby poolideas » Wed 21 Oct, 2009 00:47

My wife's sister has a 15m indoor pool which is rarely used.
The water was green. I think the water is circulated, but not conditioned.
Is there some type of local fish they could dump in there and/or plants that would make it like a natural swimming pond?


geeman
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Natural Cleaning, fish?

Postby geeman » Wed 21 Oct, 2009 05:16

You're kidding right? Would she really want an entire ecosystem in her house? It would be full of bacteria, micro-organisms, bugs, and who knows what else. I'd be afraid of getting sick because of it ~sounds scary to me. I believe that this would be more suited for outdoors. I know how hard it can be to maintain a 100 gallon aquarium that's meant for this purpose ~ I couldn't imagine anyone being able to keep up with a 10,000 gallon aquarium pool. There are professionals that eliminate or fill in pools if she doesn't want it anymore.
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Natural Cleaning, fish?

Postby geeman » Tue 03 Nov, 2009 06:54

I just saw an add in WaterShapes magazine. Check this out.

http://www.bionovanaturalpools.com/
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Natural Cleaning, fish?

Postby Leepo » Mon 27 Jun, 2011 01:57

I will check it as soon as possible

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