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Thread: Closing a baqua pool that I plan to convert in the Spring

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    Closing a baqua pool that I plan to convert in the Spring

    Hello,
    This is our 2nd year with our pool, first went very well with baqua, but this year has been terrible.
    I am closing the pool this weekend, and plan to convert to chlorine in the Spring...so do I add shock and sanitizer (baqua) before closing or do nothing? I know last year before I closed I added extra chemicals, but I know now I want to levels to drop. I'm afraid though that if I do nothing it will be a nightmare when I open it. There is a little algae in it, I vaccuumed to waste tonight and added algicide. Any advice would be appreciated!

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    Re: Closing a baqua pool that I plan to convert in the Sprin

    Cover the pool and forget it. You'll fight the green stuff next year regardless. Save some cash for chlorine.

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