Question: why does pool math state: be careful if your CYA is really and truly 0?
I don't have a way to test for CYA but I assume it's 0 cause I just opened my pool and have added nothing but bleach yet. (I know I need a better test kit but I'm reluctant to spend $100 on test kit when I only spent $50 on the dang pool itself)
I'm trying to maintain 2ppm chlorine levels and shocking at 10-11ppm. (according to PM) Is this shock level right for CYA 0? I read somewhere else in an old post that shock level should only be 5ppm with 0 CYA.
PH is currently 7.2
CC is 0
I lost some a few inches of water yesterday hopefully I don't have a leak. If I top it off with my tap water that is 8.4 PH it should bring the PH up a little.
It sucks it seems we bought just a big enough pool for my toddler that we have to screw around with chemicals. Just big enough that I can't dump it out and refill it every 2 days lol.