If I own a 24' round pool (52" deep), and it is currently in good chemical balance, how much and how often is liquid chlorine added (I know that it comes in different strengths so if anyone can take a guess based on their experience, just include the strength).
I am new to this site, and am going to make the switch to the BBB method from the 3" tablets that I use now in a Hayward inline chlorinator.
I'm just wondering generally how much more money and more work am I in for, to get a better balanced pool?
It seems that adding the chlorine a little at a time during the pump operation would be optimal; but I haven't found very many positive words for any good automatic liquid chlorinators besides SWG. Anyone have a good one that they like.
Right now, with all of its downsides, I load up the Hayward with nine tablets and adjust the mixture daily.
I know that I'm trading a better balanced pool for a little more work, and that is definitely worth it to me, especially with kids.