It’s nice to live 3 minutes from the local hardware store. Took my spare filters out of storage, Re-washed, soaked for 1 hr in TSP, then washed again. Replaced with the newly washed filters. The old filters that were in seemed pretty white and un-gummed.Thanks. I’ll report back!
Believe me I know what long hours are. I babysit criminals n work 16hr shifts.I wanted to continue SLAM two days beyond passing OCLT. As far as I understand that level is 10 ppm. I realize it’s overshot a little it.
It’s my plan this afternoon. Had a 12 hour day of surgery yesterday. Boo!
4”? Gross. Do you have a picture?Again we had a huge pool party 2 weeks ago and had a 4 inch ball of sunscreen in the skimmer the next morning.
The guide for temporary pools (~3000 gallons or less) does indeed say this. I’ve recommended it as an option to people with Intex style pools even bigger if water is cheap. One time I let my 450 gallon spa get out of wack because I forgot to add chlorine after a night of partying, then forgot the next morning and the next two mornings. Water became cloudy. I tried slamming and after a week or more I still had some nasty CC’s and ended up draining and refilling anyway with the usual Ahh-Some purge. So I will never try to SLAM a hot tub if I let the water get that far out of wack again (which hopefully I will not do!).I feel like this recommendation should at the forefront on the board when it comes to spas and plunge pools where the costs of refilling are negligible.