Our local aquatic center has a fleet of dolphins. There may be some rule about using them with people in the pool but other than that I can’t imagine there would be an issue. But hey, I’m in Mississippi so there’s really no telling
It is a straight 1:1. 130 / 180 = 72% or 43k replace gets you to 50 CYA.So..... just wondering (never got comments on this question above).... how much water would need to be drained from a 60k pool to reduce CYA from 180 to 30-40. 50k???
Whoa! That info was a little over my head (and above my pay grade). However, I got the information I needed......
Doubt it is iron. They would be on the same Lake Michigan water as my home pool and I have never had iron stains. Could iron stains come from an algaecide or other additives they may be using to try to treat the algae?If it brushes off easily, then it is likely to be algae.
If it does not brush off easily, then it is probably iron stains.
Throw a vitamin C tab on the spot to confirm iron.
Yes.Same Vitamin C you would take as a supplement?
Not iron from algaecide, but maybe copper or silver.Could iron stains come from an algaecide or other additives they may be using to try to treat the algae?
You absolutely did help paint my pool! I’m turning that one over to my daughter and son-in-law now (though I know they will be looking for my expertise in caring for the pool) and starting to focus on this condo pool. We’re moved into the condo now and I’m meeting the guy who has been taking care of the pool this morning. Should be interesting. I’m going to take a gentle, non-threatening, educational approach and hope that they will accept the help. I know they can have a better pool if they adopt TFP methods. We’ll see how it goes and I’ll keep you posted................ and to think WE helped paint that pool, in theory at least. Congrats JP !!!
American financier and investment bank founder J.P. Morgan's (inset) carriage house is back on the market for $27million after it was turned into a luxury five-bed home with a pool (lower right).www.dailymail.co.uk