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How long do I need to wait after opening service to swim in my pool?

You can swim in the pool immediately
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You should wait 24-48 hours
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Question: How long do I need to wait after opening service to swim in my pool?
Top Answer (50% of 8 votes): You should wait 24-48 hours.

Answer: You should wait 24-48 hours
Explanation: Reopening – When swimming season comes around again, clear the area around the pool of debris. Refill the pool to its normal level and open the skimmer valve to get the water circulating. Test the water’s pH and shock the pool. Turn on the pump and leave it running 24 hours a day. Decrease this time by one hour each day until the water is balanced. Your pool is now open for fun!
WaterBender Pools
Answer: You can swim in the pool immediately
Explanation: U can swim same day as long as it is clean or as long as it takes to clear up
Fun In The Sun Swimming Pools
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: It really depends on the chemicals used to open the pool. Most cases would be 24 to 48 hours
Pleasant View Pools LLC
ProMatcher
Answer: You can swim in the pool immediately
Explanation: Once pool is clear, chemical added, and ph levels are correct it is ok to swim. Just wait one hour after chemicals are added!
Dream Pools Inc
Answer: You should wait 24-48 hours
Explanation: Wait at least two days.
DIG-M-INSTALLERS, INC
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