Get a couple empty barrels and come get some of my pool water. That'll boost your CH!So my TA is high and my CH is low.
TA = 150
CH = 150
Poolmath is saying to add 489 oz of calcium chloride or 647 oz of calcium chloride
Which do you recommend?
What about Home Depot? Walmart? Ace Hardware?Here are the numbers as of 15 minutes ago and tested everything twice just to make sure I didn’t make a mistake. CYA was between 30-40 so that’s why I put 35.
Don’t have a Lowe’s/hd in town so I’ll have to go to the dreaded pool store for calcium. Gonna have them run a test just for the heck of it and see if there’s any unwanted metals or anything lurking around.
That's one of many dry chlorine products sold as "shock" There's even some non-chlorine "shock" out there. Read the label. Poolmath can give you the dose for whatever strength you end up with, same as with bleach.Isn’t Cal-hypo basically the “shock” that Walmart sells? I’ll try and track down some cal-hypo this weekend
Yep. And it will sound awful. Worse than squealing chalk on a chalkboard. But surprisingly, the tile won;t be all full of gouges and scrapes. Your pool will be filled with pumice dust, though.So I’ve been cleaning up the little spots and imperfections and when I was cleaning the tile at the waterline is has this rough white residue. Would it be safe to use a pumice stone on the tile only? Also what is causing that? My CH is low nd I’m trying to get it in the correct level. It’s like a salt type of texture.