That is good. If you want, you could drain some of the water to get the CH a little lower or you can manage with the CH you have now by dropping the TA. If you live in a part of the country that freezes in the winter, you will drain some of the water when you winterize your pool then refill in the spring. As long as you stay away from the cal-hypo that should be enough replacement water to bring the CH into line.countryboy20 said:Tap water 80-90 CH
This is very good advice. Do not worry about your other parameters until your pool is clear. At the stage you describe your water, it may be OK to test and add chlorine twice daily but propbably not less than that. The better you keep the FC up where Ken suggested, the sooner your pool will clear.I would keep checking the FC every hour or so to make sure you keep the FC at shock level. This is a very important step in shocking your pool. You have to keep the FC as close to shock level as possible. The more you can keep it at shock level the faster the process will go. Then when you get up in the morning check it again and get the FC back to shock level until you have no FC loss overnight.
Okay, you know what to do....get your FC up to 12-15ppm. Tomorrow AM, test first, then add enoughto get it back up to 12-15ppm again.countryboy20 said:Ok just tested again at night 8pm here :