Thanks to the sage advice on this forum, I'm well on my way to turning my green swamp into an oasis. I pulled the cover off of my above ground pool last Thursday and it was an awful green mess. I can now see the bottom and I think with a few more days of proper chemistry and filtering it should be 100% clear! I do have a question regarding a fix for some "yellowed" parts, particularly the bezel and inside of the skimmer, along with the inlet. I'd really like to get these back to white if possible - I've scrubbed them with a nylon brush but they aren't cleaning up. The water-line was below these components during the winter so I'm thinking that they are yellowed because of sunlight and not due to algae. Any tips out there for sprucing these up? I've seen some products out there designed to clean yellowed plastic but I imagine that none of them would work well underwater, nor be good for the pool chemistry. Thanks!