what a night mare

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what a night mare

Postby gruby » Thu 29 Jun, 2006 13:04

my problem is that it rained for days. . I had to empty some water and i notice algae growing in spots, I shocked it . Algea is gone but is slightly cloudy. What should I do? Ph is 7.2 clorine is off the chart. my first year with the pool. help please! :lol:

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Postby kccats » Tue 04 Jul, 2006 01:32

Keep the pump going.
Make sure you use stabilizer
Also use the clairifier

Give it some more time
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Postby Walter » Fri 07 Jul, 2006 08:40

Rain water will do this to pools, especially if you have trees around and above the pool. All you can do is shock and wait and see, if you have algea you might want to consider algeaside also and filter cleaner. I would shock the pool and brush everything, be sure to put all cleaning equipment in shocked pool as algea will stay on cleaning equipment and when you have a clean pool and put dirty equipment in you are back to square one.
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