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    TFP Care as Stress Relief

    I've been working a lot from home for the past week and coordinating a difficult contract negotiation between my company and another. I think it's good that I started the TFP method last week because it is giving me a sense of control over SOMETHING.

    I find myself conducting water tests about 3-4 times per day and it feels like stress relief.

    Anyone else go through that?
    I live in Central Texas and have a 12,000 gallon, in-ground, plaster pool built 2007. Jandy CL340 cartridge filter, Stealth 2.0 single-speed main pump. Polaris cleaner with booster. Attached heated spa with moss rock spillway to pool. K-2006 Test Kit

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    Re: TFP Care as Stress Relief

    Yes! When I can't control by teenage boys, I test water. It doesn't talk back and is always clean.
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    Re: TFP Care as Stress Relief

    Need time to yourself to solve all the worlds problems??? break out the manual vacuum and you'll get all the time to yourself that you could ever want. I call it pool therapy.
    27' AG 18K Gallons ~ Cartridge Filter ~ Pentair 1.5 HP Pump

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    Re: TFP Care as Stress Relief

    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Splash View Post
    Yes! When I can't control by teenage boys, I test water. It doesn't talk back and is always clean.
    Si -central Mo. 32' x 16' -- 3'4" to 6' deep Vinyl liner - 16,500 Gals : Triton II filter -Duraglass 2 hp pump - 1 speed : SI-30 salt generator
    TF-100 with speedstir

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    Re: TFP Care as Stress Relief

    I'm sending my teenagers to Texas Splash via airmail tonight!
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