Ths is the third year I have been requested to drain my pool by the pool company due to high Calcium hardness and high Total Dissolved Solids.
Basically what they have said is "Chemicals are not killing the algea because these two readings are high."
- I have no readings to provide you guys as I have just filled my pool again and started from scratch.
I am curious after reading everyones comments though on TDS why I am still not clear on TDS and if I should have to drain partial pool and refill.
We do not have a huge swimmer load in the pool throughout the year so I am not sure why this keeps occuring. The pool cleaning company mentioned that they cannot figure out why these levels keep going high either.
Can anyone provide a clear understanding if I should be trying something else before draining for next time?
Kidney Shaped Inground Pool
3.5 deep to 8ft deep