Is there any such thing? I've seen products advertised to help bring back the vibrance of oxidized pool liners. Does this stuff really work, or is it just snake oil? I don't have an example of what I'm talking about. I tried looking it up again online and I don't even know what to search for! LOL
Mine is four years old now and looks pretty good still. But I can see where I have the ladder mat every year - the liner looks much darker there and better there. I was thinking about trying one of these products but I thought I would seek advice in previous experience and whether or not this is something worth spending my time on. I just remember it being something that you can add to the water and over the course of a few days, it helps to remove the oxidation from the liner.
I also realize that it could also be from high levels of chlorine because of a misbalance of cyanuric acid. I don't think that's the case here. I've been using the BBB method since I started and I've not had any problems keeping everything in check. I've never had a CYA level above 50. I also don't automatically shock as a cure-all when I have a problem. : ^)