Before I ask my question, I am ware of SWC, the liquidator and Stenner. At this point I don't have them, and don't have the money for one. But the point is that they are not the answer to my question.
Background of my problem: My pool is in direct sunlight the entire day, and as a result, I have to add about 48 ounces of bleach per day. When I add the bleach, I will dip a 5 gallon bucket into my pool, and fill it with about 4 gallons water. I will then take about 16 ounces of bleach, mix it in, and then pour the mixture slowly into my vinyl lined pool near a return. Because I am paranoid about the liner, I will fill my bucket with water from the pool, dump it quickly into my pool and repeat once or twice. In my mind this is helping to stir up the bleach quickly. Since I have just put in 16 ounces of bleach, I then repeat this step 2 more times to get to my 48 ounces. None of this is a big deal for me. Takes me about 10 minutes, and lifting the water is no big deal. My water is crystal clear, numbers are good, no issues.
Now my problem is that my wife has a bad back, and I don't want her picking up buckets of water that weigh 30-40 pounds. Does anyone have a clever way of adding bleach to a pool manually that does not require lifting much weight, and that will deal with my paranoid issues about bleaching my liner?