I've finally eliminated the trichlore tabs and am now on liquid chlorine totally now. I was thinking about how the chlorine works and what makes it go away so I have a few questions.
How does sun make chlorine go away?
I live in the Phoenix area and my pool get sun literally 16 hours a day during the summer. Does the sun break down chlorine at a steady rate or does temperature and intensity factor into the equation? For example, sunrise was around 5:30 am to roughly 8:00 pm and it got up to 111 today. I can't imagine living here without a pool and having to go a week or more waiting for an algae bloom to go away would SUCK. With temps like that does it break down chlorine more than someplace with less severe temps?