Hey guys, I noticed at the end of last year (my first using SWG) that my rails and ladder were VERY hard to remove from the pool (almost 'stuck' to the fittings inside the 'holes'), and I did some research on this forum and elsewhere regarding issues with salt and different types of pool fittings.
My PB built the pool without plans for my putting in a SWG, so although he did put in the titanium core heat pump and SS bolts for the ladder and rails, I'm afraid of trouble in the future with the metal fittings inside the 'holes' corroding. I'm also worried about my pool light, and the white painted fittings along the top edge of my pool rail are starting to peel.
I kept my pool balanced per the recommendations here last year, including salt levels.
I guess my question is, is some corrosion (i.e. the white paint peeling) normal?
Secondly, I have seen 'zinc anodes' that are sold to connect to the pool light or ladder rails to 'protect against electrolysis'. Are these worth trying?