We've owned our pool for about two years now. Over the last winter I let it get a bit unclean and have been diligently vacuuming it, running the filter nonstop (and cleaning the filter daily), and shocking it (to the best of my ability and limited knowledge) for the past month or so.
The pool now looks much cleaner; it was a cloudy green and is now a cloudy blue, though the water is not yet as clear as I'd like it to be. But looks are one thing, safe chemical levels for my wife and two small children are my main concern.
A little history about the pool, incase it helps: originally I bought the pool and a SWG. With tips from a local pool shop I got the pool chlorinated and salted and we enjoyed it all summer. By the end of the summer however, the SWG system corroded and stopped generating chlorine. Rather than invest another few hundred dollars into another SWG I switched to chlorine tablets, which I've used since (including last summer). The pool still likely has most of it's original salt levels. I'm not sure how this effects my chemical levels, if at all, since I am not using a SWG, but incase it matters :the pool does still have salt in it (I'm unsure how much). The rest of my pool's info is in my sig below.
Anyways, I'm wondering mostly what, if anything, I need to do to get the pool safe to swim in. Secondly, I'd greatly appreciate any tips to help me get the last bit of cloudiness out.
I received my TF100 kit in the mail today, here are the results:
Thanks for your time,