I am the proud owner of a new TF-100 test kit. I have a high degree of confidence in this test most excellent kit.
In the past, with other less competent test kits you would be instructed to first use one drop of #4 CL eliminator in the test vial for ALK and PH tests, as they said high levels of CL cause errors. Understandable.
So, my question is: is this #4 CL eliminator required using TF-100 kit?
It does not call for it...and there is no #4 reagent in the kit.
After SLAM (which worked GREAT) and with CYA at >80...I have to keep FC readings above 10 due to high CYA and until I get that fixed I want to be sure my ALK and PH reading are accurate.
I am betting that the good folks who came up with it made it "bulletproof" for us home owners...but I had to ask.
Thanks so much!