It's been a month now since I put any chlorine in the pool and the Cyanuric Acid is still through the roof. It's been raining here in Northern California quite a bit this year so I've actually had to drain water at times. Still, the number is anywhere from 100-200 plus depending on who's measuring. I was at Leslie's yesterday for a two week check and of course, get inconsistent readings as usual. They're trying to sell me the "Bio-Active" for $50 but I'm not convinced that does anything other than add to the problem. Now the problem is, that the water looks fantastic, always had. It's the numbers that confuse things. I test every day and also bought the recommended Taylor Test kit that I've been using as well. I don't want to arbitrary drain any more water because of the drought so I'm asking, can I just ride this out and monitor until the chlorine level and Cyanuric levels drop as long as everything "looks" okay? Although I have a full bucket of tabs from Leslie's I don't plan on using them. I have liquid Chlorine, bleach on the ready and will be buying some baking soda pretty soon. Should I "shock" this water now? I have Leslie's "Powder Plus" which does not add Cyanuric, again, a full box. I'd appreciate the thoughts from the community as I'm trying, I'm really trying. Thanks.