I just need some reassurance and any advice as I am becoming quite frustrated converting from Baquacil to chlorine. We had successfully used Baquacil for 19 years and after opening with it this year, hit a wall. Anyway the conversion process is now entering it's second week and my kids and grandkids are really wanting in the pool. I am looking for any advice to speed up this process. In a nutshell -- above ground 21-41 oval pool, about 28000 gallons, sand filter with new sand this year. When we started conversion had a Baquashock level of 0 and a Baquacil level of 9, CYA-0. We have kept the pH and alkalinity balanced. We first shocked with non-chlorine shock and then 12 days ago began shocking every night with chlorine shock 4 lb of hTh Super Shock. Currently FC is holding till about noon of the day after shock before it is gone. CC is still fluctuating greatly from 0-15. Pool did turn some funky colors in the very beginning, but only for a very few hours. Since that time went to cloudy greenish to cloudy blue. Has been cloudy and very blue for over a week. It clears a bit till we shock again and then gets cloudier. One thing I have not seen specifically in reading much about this conversion, is can we shock again as soon as the FC drops or do we need to wait 24 hours from last shock? Does the type of shock we are using work as well as liquid or bleach or would we be better with one of those? I am just really getting impatient, had accepted the fact it would take 7-10 days total conversion, but we are in total over two weeks and it is really getting hot here! Thanks in advance for any suggestions or advice!