Forum Title: Removing antifreeze from lines
So, I know that the RV (pink) antifreeze is safe for the pool, but I seem to remember from last year that it leaves a lingering slight odor to the water and makes the water a bit foamy for while after opening. So I am trying to figure out how to remove it from the lines without it re-entering the pool during opening. Anyone figure out a good way to do this yet?
Category: pool Post By: JEANETTE WADE (Idaho Falls, ID), 02/23/2019

run53 - Sorry I can't help, I keep mine open year round - I'm sure someone will be by to add more information. Can you do us a favor an add your city and state to your profile as it helps us deliver better answers to questions asked.

- JENNIFER MILLER (Boynton Beach, FL), 04/15/2019

I am fortunate in the sense that my pump is below my pool, makes it easier but anyone can do it. What I do is put the shop vac on the return and suction lines at the pump and fire it up (the vac). Then I go to the skimmer and the farthest return line and crack them open slightly in order to break the hydraulic lock. I know it does not all come out, but it gets a good portion of it out. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

- BYRON DANIEL (Manchester, NH), 04/09/2019

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