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    Much of the chemistry you need to manage your pool, such as bleach for sanitation and baking soda for managing TA, are available at your local grocery store. The methods we teach are based on science, but they are simple, effective, and will save you money over traditional pool store methods.

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    JoeGolan

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    Thanks Jim, I did see this one but it did have some minor differences and unsure if it was just a model update since mine was 7 years old.

    JoeGolan Today, 04:46 AM Go to last post
    Jackie G

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    Thank you. I did manage to find one company who would ship to the UK (think it was this one) but am trying to keep costs down for shipping. Opportunistic

    Jackie G Today, 04:30 AM Go to last post
    Jackie G

    Re: TFTest Kit Sale

    Oooh. Hope it's soon. I have a friend in US on holiday and hoping she can bring a kit back to UK with her

    Jackie G Today, 04:27 AM Go to last post
    Dirk

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    That's the contractor shuffle. Happens to me all the time (not just pool contractors, all of 'em). Not sure why. It's why I do everything I can myself.

    Dirk Today, 03:25 AM Go to last post
    ARS

    Re: Pool Plumbing

    Teald024,

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    ARS Today, 03:06 AM Go to last post
    ARS

    Re: Pool Plumbing

    Mknauss, Thank you for the good advice. I will be looking into buying a SWG.

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    ARS Today, 02:54 AM Go to last post
    justinS

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    what is your coping? is it also salt finish, but just colored?

    justinS Today, 02:49 AM Go to last post
    justinS

    Re: new pool in tucson az

    i forgot to mention, when i had the company come and dig, the operator, looked over the plans, and help suggest a couple of things. the biggest was the

    justinS Today, 02:19 AM Go to last post