Middle image is prior to drain on 5.9.
left image is after using soap and re-fill (not my brightest idea
right image is after 10 days of slam and last 3-4 days don't appear to see much change.
I did a deep clean of my sand filter yesterday to see if that helps as I have run pump 24/7 during all this and did not always vacuum to waste.
slam for 10 days. Seems to have reached a point with no change. Water looks same for last 3-4 days.
todays readings- FC-12, CC-.5, CH-300-325, TA-80, PH 7.4-7.5, CYA 30 (1/16" above 30 mark).
IOn 5-9-18 had CYA-0, FC-0, TA-50. did not check PH till 5.10.18 was 7.0, added 6lbs baking soda. sanitized to raise CYA
5.12.18 FC-0, PH-7.2, CYA-30, TA-90
Have maintained FC of 12 or better since starting.
I'm about 26 gals of bleach into this slam and I know its a process but it seems to have hit a wall. I check the pool sweep 1-2 times a day, vacuumed till it picks up nothing and maintained FC-12 since starting.
Started partial drain on 5.9.18, lowered about 1/2 of pool, cleaned as much trash/leaves as possible. started re-fill and decided to clean algae from walls with dish soap and water using pool brush, I'm thinking that was a big mistake.
Am I missing something or do I just keep adding bleach, or is there something else I can do??? Getting a little frustrated.