I am in the midst of having my pool treated with reverse osmosis. The machine is still at my house and running.
Currently, all of my readings are low:
Calcium = 170
1. Are these numbers worrisome over the next day or two? My pool is all glass tile and I don't want the grout to be damaged.
2. My RO company will balance the water in the next day or two. Even though the calcium is low, I see from the Pool Calculator that if they raise my ALK to 90 then my CSI will be -0.41 which is "normal". Given that my pH and calcium tend to rise on their own (lots of calcium in our water and lots of evaporation), I'm thinking it is OK to leave the calcium at 170 and let it rise naturally, as long as CSI is OK. Your thoughts?