We have a 20'x38', 4'>8' pebble infinity pool with a 4'x45', 3'-ish trough. There is a Polaris 360 on the pool and no cleaner on the trough.
We live on a very windy, dusty, dirty hill and the trough is always filthy. Also, it doesn't seem there is enough circulation in the through to get the crud to move toward the drains. Another lovely issue in the shallow trough is algae. Especially in the ends where circulation is non-existent. We've been working on killing it. Luckily there is no algae in the pool.
We have an Cover Pool automatic cover on the pool so it stays pretty clean, although there is a bit of silt. It's hard to tell with the pebble.
I hate vacuuming the house, I don't want to vacuum the trough too! I'm hoping there is a solution, possibly a robot? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Chlorine is currently a bit high - trying to kill algae ::: pH 7.5 - aerating right now ::: TA 150-160 - down from 280 (Thanks TFP)