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How do I get soap out of pool ?

Anyone--How do I get soap & Bubbles out of my swimming pool-kids accidentally poured dish waher soap in pool--foam & Bubbles on surface ?  Must I drain Pool and refill-change filter ? What-Please Help !

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soap is a base so i would assume you should add an acid      which would be ph plus       but dont bank on it  the reason i am here is because i found an open bottle of dishwashing soap in the bottom of my pool   and i am currently looking at a cloudy and bubbly pool  i added ph plus and the pool seems to have cleared up     but i still have a few bubbles  i just shocked it   dakellers@aol.com

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