Not sure since this is the first day since I filled it and added the chlorine last night. There is one spot by the stairs that has been there for a while that isn’t gone but everywhere else looks ok algae wiseThose are some pretty good looking numbers ... are you still seeing algae? I forget. How fast are you going through Chlorine? You should expect a daily drop in your FC of 2-4ppm . That is just normal and why you have to add Cl everyday.
So last night I kind of did a SLAM and I did it for the mustard algae so I did it to 24 based off my CYA. I don’t see much algae but that one little spot is still there. I am more concerned right now about my calcium and alkalinity but I guess I can do another slam after that is fixed. I’m cleaning my filters now.
When you say you did a SLAM that implies you were able to pass the three criteria for completion. That is
1) Clear water, no algae
2) pass the OCLT
3) CC .5 or lower
So if that is true you should be good to go. If not you need to keep SLAMing.
You can add Calium Chloride or use CalHypo to bring your Ca up to the target range and I would just see if the Alkalinity comes down on its own now that you have your pool levels managed better. If not look at Lower Total Alkalinity - Trouble Free Pool
No need to chase a "perfect" TA. TA is a self-correcting problem - if it's high, pH will rise, and you'll add acid to lower the pH, which will lower the TA.
Only need to force it lower if it's so high it's causing a problem for your CSI.
Yes did calcium last night and this morning again.Make sure you're brushing that one suspicious spot to break it up and let the chlorine get to it. Consider CYA 40.
Such a shame about that tanning ledge...I don't know why it looks that way?
Time for calcium.....if your calcium stays too low the water can leach out calcium from the walls and weaken them.