Yes, if there is any way you can prevent the runoff (contractor should be doing that already) your issues will be solved. It is never a good idea to allow runoff to enter a pool.Would there be a better way to clear my pool after a rain that clouds it up terribly?
Don't be so hard on yourself :lol:kgriggs said:dipstick testing:
CYA 30 (or lower)
A properly maintained pool, whether it has an SWG or not, should rarely need shocking. Basically, with a sufficient FC level relative to the CYA level, contaminants are continually oxidized and algae continuously inhibited from growing so that shocking is not needed.kgriggs said:What about shocking and a SWG. And borates in a salt pool?