Even the best cover shops in the world bring some of the deck filth and dirty water into the pool water below, it is part of the pool opening work. You can’t swim with a blanket so you have to face the consequences!
To keep the water clean, you must first remove all leaves, grime, and general grime from the water. Unfortunately, most vacuum cleaners won’t work for a year after the water level has been reached when using the pump, but you can remove some larger objects when the water level is low. It’s also a good idea to go in and brush the pool walls at this time (if the water isn’t too deep). It is recommended that you do this when you close the pool, but if a lot has built up over the winter, you may want to do it again.
Once all of the debris and debris is gone from the pool, experts say the shock dose is a great way to increase the chemical levels and remove any bacteria that may be left behind. It is best to use a shock absorber when the water level returns to normal during the season. So wait until the hose is running and you can reconnect the hoses. The collector and the pump in the pool.
While the water in the pool looks clean and clear, that doesn’t mean it’s safe to swim in. A pool water test set is useful here. You should test your water weekly (daily if there is an obvious problem) and change your chemical settings as needed. For example, too much chlorine irritates the skin and eyes when swimming. Too little and you risk bacterial infections and nobody wants it to spoil your fun.