That would be condensation from the ac system, this is normal.
At the bottom of the radiator on the driver's side, there is a drain valve which allows you to drain the fluid. It looks like a wingnut, and there is a small spigot just underneath the wingnut. Attach a small piece of hose to that spigot, and the fluid will drain out of the hose and into a receptacle. If you want, you can keep turning the wingnut and it will completely come out, making the draining process much faster.
Don't do what I did and drain the transmission fluid by mistake! (looks like the oil pan for an American car). It should be on the driver's side of the engine block. you have to look for it about in the middle of the block. it's a little hidden by the framework.
3/4 open for skimmer, 1/2 or 1/4 open for floor. If your pool has a deep end and the deep looks murky while the shallow layer looks clear, do a few cannonballs off the springboard, else open the floor drain to full for a little while.
Butanol, CH2OHC3H7, smells like glassex, 'glass-shine window cleaner' alcohol. It looks like a colorless clear fluid which it is.
Nothing. It is water and it's supposed to do that.
the fluid looks like choc milk
I ran out of time on Saturday to do it, but it looks like you remove the battery. Then you can reach down and open the drain plug. It is just below the battery at the bottom of the radiator.
clear and long
Natural light is clear but looks like it is coloured. Just like water looks blue but it is actually clear. Hope this helped!
wind looks clear, daa
Usually totally clear (depending on the sugar) - it looks just like water.