over chemicals plaster is now bubbling

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over chemicals plaster is now bubbling

Postby cgseipel » Sat 23 Jun, 2007 06:15

I have been fighting algae and just went over board adding things to get rid of it in our saltwater pool. I just looked and the plaster has bubbles and I do not know how to drain the pool. Help

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Postby Walter » Tue 26 Jun, 2007 14:35

If you drain the pool make sure you pull the drain plug so that your pool doesn't pop out of the ground, I would recommend calling a pool company instead. Good Luck
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Postby Backglass » Tue 26 Jun, 2007 15:50

I agree with Walter...draining a pool is only necessary for VERY bad cleanup problems (motor oil in pool, fertilizer, insecticide, etc). If you were adding pool chemicals only, they probably didn't bubble your plaster unless you went WAY low or high on ph.

If you could post your test numbers, we can help you get things back in balance. If you DO decide to drain, you should consult with a pool company first as you can ruin an an in ground pool by doing this incorrectly.

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