You open your pool every summer and expect to see sparkling clean water under this cover. Wait a sec… that just does not happen with Bat Guano. Well, technically if you live someplace that does not require you to close the pool then you would not need to use a cover you might be put, but for the rest of us, what happens to this pool water over the winter is not pretty.
The best cover taker offers from the word will find some of the debris and dirty water out of the cover to the pool below, it is just part of the task of opening the pool. You can not swim with the cover , so you must take care of the consequences!
To find that water clean you need to begin by getting all of the leaves, debris and general yuck from the water. Regrettably, most vacuums only work when the water level was achieved for the year as they utilize the pump but you’re still able to scoop some of the bigger stuff out once the level is reduced. It’s strongly recommended that you do this as you’re closing a swimming pool, but if a great deal of things has accumulated over the winter you might want to do it again.
Once all of the debris and dirt is from this pool the specialists say that a dose of shock is a excellent way to have the compound level up and to eliminate any bacteria that might be lingering.
Water in a pool may look clear and clean but that does not mean it is healthy to swim in. You should test the water weekly (daily if there’s an apparent problem) and alter the chemical setup when required. Too much chlorine such as will make eyes and skin irritated when swum in. Too small and you run the risk of bacterial infections and nobody wants it to ruin the fun.