I'm in the shock process due to recent downpours (with low FC in a SWG pool).
Q1 When you start the shock process should you add all the chlorine you can even if it doesn't get you to the shock level?
i.e. if you need 6 gal but only have a couple of gallons available until the next day. Is any chlorine good to add or will it just be wasted until you can fully shock?
Q2 During shocking, is there a good reason to run a 2 speed pump on high, or is any circulation adequate?
Is shocking a chemical process that just takes "X" amount of time or does circulation and filtration play a large part too?
(in my case, 17,500 gal with 1 1/2 hp pump and sand filter).