Greetings all! I hope everyone had a great off-season.
We had a auto cover installed last year, but used the mesh cover for this past winter because the liner was diagnosed with multiple holes. I didn't want to risk having the water level drop and subject our new $10K cover to snow weight. Anywho... the mesh cover was installed a few weeks after the pool was closed and in that time accumulated quite a lot of black walnut leaves. I wasn't concerned about it at the time because we were planning on installing a new liner for the upcoming season. I noticed there wasn't hardly any water loss over the fall/winter/early spring so I'm going to attempt to use the old liner for one more season. The problem I have is tannins. The pool water resembles a 40,000gal cup of coffee. Besides vacuuming the leaves, what's the best way to clear tannins left in the water from the leaves? Thanks all!