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    May 2015
    Juno Beach , Florida

    preventive measures


    I am having the outside of my house re-painted and they company is pressure washing everything - walls, roof, POOL SCREEN , POOL DECK etc. So I am going to get lots of crp going into the pool. In the corners of my deck, I think there is black algae , so that could run in too. Should I dump an bunch of bleach in beforehand? thx
    12k SWG pool, free form. 1HP flotec pump, P90 Leslie's filter. Florida. Taylor 2006 test kit. I think plaster, waiting verification from here.

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    Richard320's Avatar
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    Jan 2010
    San Dimas, CA (LA County)

    Re: preventive measures

    I would.

    I might go even further depending on the size of the pool. If you can find some plastic big enough, spread it over the pool and use duct tape to stick it to the deck so no overspray or runoff gets in the water.
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