I just filled my 12'x30" pool(assuming it is around 2300 gallons because we accidentally let it fill over) and my children were in such a rush to get in so I didn't have all the chemicals I needed prior to using the pool. First, I tested the water for chlorine, bromine, and pH. Everything was perfect with just public city water. I'm not exactly sure on what kind of filter we have, but it takes cartridge A filters. It has also been running 24/7 since we filled it and it has been 3 days. The pool brand is Intex and it is a vinyl liner and metal frame. The water initially was clear, I first put in a 3" chlorine tablet. Still clear. Now I can't remember I could have possibly put in 8oz of aquachem algaecide 50%. That made it a little cloudy. The kids got in about 2 hours after that. I tested it a little bit after they got out and it still seemed fine with CL, BR, and pH levels. The next day, yesterday, I tested it and the pH was to low, around 6.9. I think I added 11 teaspoons of aquachem Sanitizer(because I read somewhere I needed to sanitize, chlorinate, shock, then algaecide but I obviously didnt do it in that order because my kids were too excited about it). The container says to add 1 teason per 200gallons as initial treatment. Then I added 3.6oz of aquachem pH UP(my husband must have done the math wrong) and then the kids got back in a couple hours after that. Last night, we had a torrential downpour all night and it topped off the water in the pool and it cut the filter pump off and I checked the levels this morning, CL is between 1.0-1.5, BR is between 2.2-3.4, and pH is the same, around 6.9. i havent put anything in it yet, and i turned the filter pump back on about an hour ago. The water is still as cloudy as it was when I put the algaecide in. What should I do now? Should I shock it? Should I leave it alone? I'll try to post a picture soon. Please help! My youngest son would love to swim in it today as the weather is very nice!! thanks.