Swimmers may introduce even more organic and inorganic matter into the pool. Who knew? Sweat, sunscreen, cosmetics, and urine are a few things each swimmer contributes to water problems.
Chemicals break down the various substances, which uses up chlorine reserves, and leaves less chlorine available to kill germs and keep the water clear.
More swimmers introduce more substances, and the more often swimmers use the pool, the harder chlorine must work. But hey – that’s what the pool is for, right?
It’s just a fact that if more swimmers use the pool more often, it’s more likely you’ll battle cloudy water.