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Added clorox to bacquacil pool. How to fix?

adding clorox to baquacil

I have an above ground pool where I have used bacquacil for years.  I was frustrated b/c the pool would not stay clean and freel of algea so I added clorox.  I automatically got green cloudy water.  I now see the problem, but do not think I am ready to go through the process to get rid of bacquacil.  How do I get back to clear and clean water using bacquacil, and how long does this take?  Thanks,

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