You are going to love my answer............................it depends LOL How much goo was left in the water? How often and aggressive you are about testing and adding. Both of these will impact the amount of time and chlorine needed. I have seen a fast one that took just under a week and a slow one that took 3 weeks. Fast one had less goo than the slow one. Both pools owners were very good about testing and adding chlorine so that helped both of them.How long does this process typically take? I'm not getting impatient or anything, just curious
I will get a full set of test results sometime today. I'm working (from home) and have some meetings so not sure when I can get to itHold off on adding certain pucks or shock just yet nor should the sand be changed just yet. Let’s make totally sure you’re good. It looks it, but let’s let the numbers talk. Can you post a complete set of test results?