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Thread: Shocking the pool

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    Shocking the pool

    Hi,

    I have been shocking the pool since saturday; the pool water looks much better now ( the greenness has turned back into a sparkling blue oasis ) Also, I have stopped needed to bump my DE pump. I would estimate about 6,000 ozs of bleach have gone swimming in the pool.

    Over the last day or two, i have started seeing marks on the floor of the pool - i attached a picture as i wasn't sure if they were dead algae or if the algae was alive and kicking still. Does anyone have any thoughts? Also I attached a picture of my latest pool test. The strip on the left was dipped straight into the pool. The middle is a 1/4 pool solution, 3/4 tap water and to the right is 1/8 pool solution. Any guess as to what my TC and FC readings are.

    Thanks for all the wonderful help and support this place has been since I found it.

    Thanks!
    Steve.
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    28K gallon cement pond
    Totally Hayward: 1.5HP Super Pump II, EC-75, Viper

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    Re: Shocking the pool

    You didn't say a CYA reading. Can you test for CYA?

    I would start brushing the pool while the chlorine reading is high.
    Hotrod30

    20 X 40 foot vinyl Borates and Salt Pool
    Rolachem Chlorine Feeder
    Hayward 27 inch sand filter with 80 lbs of pea gravel
    Jacuzzi Splash Pak SP55 DE filter in parallel
    Pentair VF3050 pump

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    Re: Shocking the pool

    Hotrod - it was tested about 1 week ago and had a reading 107.

    Thanks!
    Steve.
    28K gallon cement pond
    Totally Hayward: 1.5HP Super Pump II, EC-75, Viper

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