Chlorine pool vs salt water pool: Which one is safer from germs and bacteria?
Actually, a salt water pool IS a chlorine pool. You are essentially asking about the same thing. They are both chlorine pools and the way that the chlorine is introduced is what is different. Salt Pools us a generator to convert the sodium chloride in the pool into active chlorine. With regular chlorine pools, the chlorine is dosed directly. Regardless of how the chlorine gets there, they both provide the same protection vs. germs and bacteria when proper levels are maintained.
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