Since switching to BBB, my CYA has started to normalize. This is a good thing of course because I can start to bring my FC levels down to levels that won't bleach out swimsuits quite as bad. However, we have had lots of rain recently and, as a result, the CYA will continue to decline due to the water replacement from storm water going in the pool. Now, since the need will arise to bring the CYA back up at some point, I was wondering if I could use my leftover trichlor tablets to do this. Is someone able to tell me, for example, with 1 3-inch tablet of trichlor in 10,000 gallons, just how many ppm would my CYA be raised assuming that the entire tablet dissolves?
And YES, it is 4:15 a.m. here and I am wide awake thanks to yet another dryline driven storm blowing through and dumping a TON of hail on us. Only marble sized this time but the sirens were blaring nonetheless. Such is life in north central Texas. Quite a few strong convective systems lately. Glad my 2 year-old isn't afraid of the storms and the sirens yet!