I have a 15 year old in-ground 10,000 gallon pool which has been resurfaced with Diamond Brite, replacing the Marcite finish. I live in West Central Florida, about 10 miles from the coast. Until recently it was professionally managed, LOL.
The pool was filled, pump was started, DE filter recoated, acid and sequestering agent were added per the refinishers instructions. Daily brushing started on the first day 8/19.
I expected the pool water to appear milky, which it has, and to remain so for a number of days as the new surface cures and daily brushing takes place. Is there any reason I should not add a coagulant to aid in the filtration process?
Thanks in advance for any advice pro and con. BTW, I am new to the forum.
Peter B. (User Name: Moi)