What did you do to your pool today?

Mendy48

Bronze Supporter
Apr 27, 2018
737
Midland, MI
brush the walls, vacuumed and skimmed pool.
pool at 50 deg today
tested my pool for the following (all within normal range)
added algaecide 60
pool will be closed tomorrow morning :(
pool looked soooo beautiful before closing. Let’s see how it looks next year April. I’m confident all will be well. Keeping my fingers crossed 🤞.

TA Total Alkalinity50 – 90+120Oct 9th05:30 PM
CH Calcium Hardness (optional):0 – 350 don’t add50Oct 9th05:30 PM
CYA Cyanuric Acid Stabilizer30 – 5030Oct 9th05:30 PM
pH7.2 – 7.87.6Oct 9th05:30 PM
FC Free Chlorine 4 – 6 ppm8.5Oct 9th06:30 PM
CC Combined Chlorine<=0.50Oct 9th06:30 PM
Added Algaecide @ 7pm – Pool Closing Tomorrow Morning
 

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Brentr

Gold Supporter
LifeTime Supporter
Oct 18, 2009
2,872
Jacksonville, FL
Had to fix leak at the connection of pump discharge. O ring was split in half so I replaced the o ring and used Teflon tape and rectorseal number 5 pipe thread sealant. The local Napa is the only store that was able to properly match up the o ring. Always buy spears.
 

chiefwej

LifeTime Supporter
TFP Guide
Jun 12, 2011
3,395
Tucson
Turned the solar back on, had Kokapelli (my S-300) clean it up, and I had to reseat the display board in the AquaRite SWG. With this little stretch of warm weather, I’m going to try and get a few more pool days in before giving up for the year.
 

cjpwalker

Silver Supporter
Sep 1, 2016
176
Yakima, WA
Closed up for winter last weekend. Heat pump has been off for a while, and the water was down to 51.

2nd year closing with "Bungee-Plugs" return plugs. Still very happy with the product compared to the expansion plugs I was originally using. I slipped with the channel locks, though, and cracked a face plate on one of the returns, so today I replaced it, and re-blew the return lines.
 

ctrav

Gold Supporter
TFP Guide
Apr 23, 2017
2,400
Northlake TX
Been out of town for 9 days...Adjusted chemicals, ran pool Robot for two cycles. Will turn off SWG soon and switch to bleach for the winter. It was a good swim season!
 

santacruzpool

Gold Supporter
Feb 24, 2015
689
Santa Cruz, CA
:swim:I jumped in after a few hours of yard work - pool temp 69°, air temp 77°. It was cold.

Might be the last time in this year. I will be using the water as a cold plunge/cold soak for my legs after some therapy workouts here or there this winter.
 

jeremycrook

Gold Supporter
Sep 26, 2016
149
OKLAHOMA CITY / OK