So I have posted on here before, but it was a couple of years ago. With all of the help I received here I have been able to manage and maintain a crystal clear pool until the last couple of weeks. This summer I have strayed from what I learned here and due to "too much on my plate" I have been entrusting the care of my pool to a local pool service. Yes, I knew this was a mistake and yet chose this path anyway. Now I am finding myself dealing with a green pool, with what appears to be mustard algae, and I need HELP!!! I have removed and locked away any remaining chlorine pucks. I have been testing and dumping bleach in after dropping pH with MA to 7.2-7.4. The pool water is now a turquoise color, very cloudy, with visibility only about 12-18 inches. I have been trying to brush the bottom and sides every hour or so but my real dilemma is that I can not see the bottom to know where to concentrate brushing efforts. Not to mention, any leaves or debris that may be there. So my question is, if I continue down this path, will the water eventually clear enough to allow me to do a better job of cleaning the bottom? I did just find that one of my lines had a good size leaf clog and was able to evacuate that with the pump pressure and valves. Hoping this helps....any other advice??