We had a TON of rain over the winter, to the point the pool was nearly overflowed (epic flooding), so my chemistry is as messed up as I've seen it in a while. Even when it was green, my pool wasn't putting out numbers like this. Wondering exactly how to approach this so as to not screw it up. I'm thinking Baking Soda, but looking for input.
approx. 25000 gallon pool
pH is 6.8 or below
TC is 10 with no CC
CH is 80-100
TA is 20
CYA is actually a little higher than I'd like at 80
So, I've been trying to get some sun to the pool when mother nature cooperates, i'm aerating with the returns pointed up.
I was actually very excited at the end of last season as I had gotten pH and CH down and got rid of some serious scale....now everything is very, very low.
Planning to buy some Soda Ash/Borax/Baking soda today to start adjusting. Any input? Am I missing anything?
I'm not terribly concerned about CH because we are on well water and I'm certain as I have to add water this season, it will come up.