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Originally Posted by mommystinch
Now that I've been able to take these ideas and do some searching, I have found that the salt pools still make chlorine. They use some sort of pump/filter thing that produces chlorine from salt. I guess there won't be a perfect solution short of making a natural pool cleaned and filtered by plants. There's a dream for down the road!
Originally Posted by Irishmommy
You're right, the something breaks the salt down into chlorine and sodium (salt is sodium chloride). The water gets cleaned there, then before it goes back to the pool, it is changed back to salt. So the chlorine part of it is isolated from the pool and the environment.
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