Anyone else encountered this stuff?

Looks like dirt but dissolves like fairy dust when you brush it.  

Usually forms in this pool within 3-4 hours after vacuuming to waste.  

Water is in balance, no phosphates.  Just started happening this year.  

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  • DE powder? Broken guts on filter perhaps?

    That's of course you have a DE filter.

  • This sounds like the residue that is left after using No-phos. Is it milky in color?

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