When South Floridians got their first look at their backyard swimming pools after Hurricane Irma, this blackened, deep green water color is what many found.
When South Floridians got their first look at their backyard swimming pools after Hurricane Irma, this blackened, deep green water color is what many found. CONNIE OGLE cogle@miamiherald.com
When South Floridians got their first look at their backyard swimming pools after Hurricane Irma, this blackened, deep green water color is what many found. CONNIE OGLE cogle@miamiherald.com

Does your pool look like the black lagoon post Irma? How to get it back to the blue lagoon

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