In pool school shock instructions it says:
The water is clear of algea but it is still a little cloudy. I assume that cloudyness is dead algea. Last time my pool guy shocked it, he just did the shock once and told me to run the filter for a few days until it cleared up. I did that and it worked fine.Repeat steps 1 and 2 as frequently as practical, but not more than once per hour, and not less than twice a day, until:
CC is 0.5 or lower;
An overnight FC loss test shows a loss of 1.0 ppm or less;
And the water is clear.
Are you saying that it is better to keep adding chlorine every day until the filter clears the water?