Thanks Marty. I haven't added anything that would affect the ph, but it did rain for a couple of days. I shall test for funsiesYou can test the pH. Just do not make any big changes to it based on the result. Unless you added a chemical that would raise pH it is unlikely it has gone up much from the pH you reported earlier.
Thanks Marty...I was taught during a SLAM years ago, to test chlorine using 5ml instead of 10, so as to save on reagent. Is it "ok" to do that?
Dave, Thank you. No, I don't have a way to cool the water. When this thread was opened a while back, the weather in Miami was chillier, and thus the water was cooler. With our daily temperatures hitting the upper 80's, that natural cooling is obviously gone.You indicated cooler water in a previous post.......is your pool caged?
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