So does it not hold true what the pool tech that came to my house told me regarding my PH and Chlorine not going down? This is what he said:
Since my PH is to high, my chlorine is almost worthless. It's a false reading that will not drop unless I remove "some" water from my pool about a 1' ft. drop from the top and refill it with new water. He said I can continue adding MA to it but it's not going to do anything and I'm almost starting to believe him after pouring 4 gallons of MA and my PH still not dropping it's PH levels.
Luckily my pool is still nice and blue except I am starting to see white scale build up along my tiles and some Plaster damage (dirty looking areas).
So I really don't want to call a pool company to take care of my pool again, because I've been fine for about a year now, but I really don't know what else to do except for emptying part of the pool or continue adding gallons and gallons of MA.
How much MA do you guys go through on average during swim season ?