clay and dirt film in pond redo?

koiguy1969

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The boulders and stone i used on my pond redo,put in last fall,have left a rather uniform film on my entire liner,as i filled the pond last fall to prevent any wall cave ins,or sinking and to give the pond a chance to settle in under the weight of the water for the winter. now we just had a couple of days of warmer weather and the ice melted. the water is crystal clear, and has minimal debris. what i want to know is do i still have to drain the pond and remove the film it seems to have a pretty good adhesion to the liner and has a natural color(sand like) and grayish? i really tried to clean them well,but...
 
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I would think that is normal...
If you clean it your job will never be done.
 

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IT takes turns going green to brown the fish like it and it looks good
 
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