Thanks for the posts on my other post. I know, too long of a post...so I'll
keep this one short:
I have about an inch of algae on the bottom of my pool. I am going to order
a robot (probably the dolphin premier, expensive!) to help keep the pool clean.
Do you have any suggestions for removing the algae? Should I:
1) Get a shovel or something and try to remove it with a tool?
2) Let the robot run and the filter handle the algae trough the skimmer?
3) Any other suggestions?
I asked a pool guy to come out and give me an estimate to move my pumping
station and I told him about the algae. Without seeing my pool, he suggested
that I might need an acid wash to remove all of the algae. That seems a bit
extreme to me. And expensive. Any thoughts? Thanks. Mule