Our summer is about gone here in Charlotte, and the leaves and pine needles have started their downward journey towards the pool.
It means increasing amounts of time cleaning the pool and our swimming enjoyment has dwindled to about zero.
I read in pool school that you wait until the water temperature is down to about 60. We are still over 70 degrees and I wonder what the implications are for us closing the pool "early"? Will we need to adjust the chemicals a little over the coming weeks until it gets that cold? (that could be difficult with the cover on, no?)
What makes 60 a magic number?
Thanks for any help!!