Winter cover disaster, resulted in debris in pool.
Little Giant Pump taking water of what was left of Winter cover, resulted in a truckload of water needing to be delivered.
2 Bags of off the shelf "shock" added trying to help.
Today I finally get to work on this and get BBB which I used last year successfully. The water that was left in the pool looked each and every time I checked before removing what became tattered covering filling pool with a whole bunch of crud.
I have a 27 round AGP. Sand filter. TF-100 Test kit.
Keeping in mind I was "assisted" with 2 bags of off the shelf "shock" prior to me being able to test, as well as having 6500 gallons delivered. I am now able to test and not getting a CYA reading. I have actively been removing debris all day. Filter has run nonstop 24+ hours and will continue, debris should be out 90-99% of it this evening.
Do I put stabilizer in?
Should I be chlorinating (with Bleach)
I know my focus right now needs to be on debris removal first and foremost, and it is.
I also don't want this going from bad to worse so felt I should try and stabilize the water (I don't necessarily mean with stabilizer product) but stabilize it in general so I don't have more of a lagoon than what I already have.
Learned alot last year, had very nice people help me, so I am back again to ask how you think I should move forward, keeping in mund I do BBB, but have debris, fresh added water and I could not get black dot covered when I was finally able to test after being assisted by having those shock packets added.
Thanks in advance and have a nice weekend.