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  1. J

    Clearing water before liner replacement

    Finally got it clear enough to see the bottom & they're hopefully coming out today to measure. That took a lot more chlorine & floc than I was expecting. A wet/dry vac with the pool vac hoses and a little duct tape got the dropped muck outta the bottom. I appreciate all the help & advice, thanks!
  2. J

    Clearing water before liner replacement

    Our lot is on a hill and higher than most of the neighbors and the pool is also higher than the other half of our yard. I don't think groundwater would be a problem but that's just a guess on my part. I found out during my conversations with the company replacing the liner that we have a Buster...
  3. J

    Clearing water before liner replacement

    I've got the chlorine up and the test is a very dark yellow/orange. The pool is still too hazy to see the bottom. I've used two 32oz bottles of hth flocculant already but that was before I had the chlorine levels up this high. Do I need to add more now to clear the haze? I'm concerned about...
  4. J

    Clearing water before liner replacement

    Thanks for the help so far. I’ve put in quite a lot of liquid chlorine & flocculant. Attached photos show what it currently looks like. I tested the water before adding 2 more gallons of 10% liquid chlorine. The color to me looked like 2-4 for the chlorine but could’ve been 3-6 shade. The ph...
  5. J

    Clearing water before liner replacement

    There’s maybe a couple inches of water in the shallow end. Would liquid chlorine and/or clarifier be good options along with raking the muck out?
  6. J

    Clearing water before liner replacement

    We've decided to have our leaking 20-year old liner replaced. The company doing the replacement needs clear water to measure for the new liner. The person I normally have open the pool can't get us into the schedule anytime soon because I procrastinated. The pool sat closed all last year and...