Hi I have recently started looking after an 28,000 ImpG indoor, in ground, liner pool. The liner itself is a preculiar green and turquoise colour, which really hurts the look of the water, I've got it all well balanced and happy but cannot get a real nice shine on the water, some angles it looks good, whilst others the green liner transmits a rather dulling effect on the water.
Last Test with Palintest 7100 Photometer:
Calcium Hypochlorite Granular & Tablets used for disenfection Sodium Bi-Sulphate for pH regulation.
I'm just not happy with the green tinge the liner gives the water, it's not organics in the water before anyone asks, it's simply the effect of the colour of the liner, I was considering the possibility of using borates, but I don't believe it is available at the supermarkets in the UK, and don't know if it would assist in getting a further shine to the pool water, I have found what I believe to be it but can someone confirm if it is simply Boric Acid I would need?. I also realise that the CH level is not needed in a liner pool.
Any opinions would be of assistance! If I remember I will take a picture and post up.