Come join us Saturday, August 28, 2021 at 11 am EDT/8 am PDT. Catanzaro (aka Dominic), bmoreswim (aka Kurt), jseyfert3 (aka Jonathan) and ajw22 (aka Allen) will be joining us for a discussion about Winterizing your Pool.
The local PB who replaced my liner said that low PH was likely what caused the wrinkles(vinyl liner) on the deep end wall. I know for a fact my PH has never gone below 7.2 when open. He suggested it may have dropped over the winter months.
What was the pH and TA at closing?I know for a fact my PH has never gone below 7.2 when open. He suggested it may have dropped over the winter months.
Probably groundwater pushed the liner up and the wrinkles happened as the water retreated and the liner came back down.I do have to drain some during the winter, depending on how much snow/rain we get.
Not enough to wrinkle the liner.Would the addition of that precipitation over the winter months affect PH that much?
Please excuse the delay, I wasn't aware that you posted a reply. I'll have to see if email notification is an option here.What was the pH and TA at closing?
Probably groundwater pushed the liner up and the wrinkles happened as the water retreated and the liner came back down.
Do you have a picture?
Not enough to wrinkle the liner.
Low pH wrinkles are typically very small, very random and they would be everywhere.
Low pH wrinkles look a lot like this.
It will be recorded and placed on the TFP YouTube channel.I'm out of town and won't be able to join. I am a new member and this is vital to learn. Will it be available anywhere to watch later?
To be clear, the signature doesn't appear for me **while posting**. After submitting via the "Post reply button", the signature appears.Odd. Exactly what I am on. Your signature shows for me.
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