The same as a non-salt system pool. Disregard answer above. The only reading that will remain constant, in the above situation, is the alkalinity =80 - 120 ppm; pH = 7.4 - 7.6 For a salt system pool your conditioner/stabilizer should be slightly higher than a namually fed pool. You should achieve readings of 75 - 85 ppm.
Chlorine, pH, Alkalinity weekly in swimming season Calcium, stabilizer, salt (if you have a Chlorine generator) metals monthly
Stabilizer can effect the pH some but usually it is a very minor amount. You should be able to swim the same day.
To open an in ground salt water pool after the winter, you should first test the water. It will have to be adjusted to bring the alkalinity and PH to where it should be, as well as the chlorine, and stabilizer. Adjust the alkalinity first, and then the PH. Next take care of the chlorine, and stabilizer. Finally, add your salt to the pool.
When adding stabilizer to a pool you should not have a backwash valve open. Stabilizer should be added directly into the skimmer basket and you should open the skimmer all the way and close off the main drains for 24 hours.
Enough to bring the readings to within 1.5 to 5.0 ppm. Ues a test kit!!
Ph readings can vary from near 2.5 or lower to 8.0 depending on the test device used. The proper pH should be 7.4 to 7.6 ppm
Buffer should be added.
You should check on your Total Alkalinity first and that should be the first thing added before pH Increaser. But without knowing all your readings it is hard to say exactly what is wrong with your pool water.
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