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Thread: Finally made the full transition to BBB/TFP method

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    Jun 2015
    Greenwell Springs, LA

    Finally made the full transition to BBB/TFP method

    I struggled with the ideal of completely weaning off of the stabilized chlorine pucks and EZ pool for most of the summer. I read on and off this site for around 2 years, and this year finally made the full transition about 2-3 months ago.
    I can't believe how much less $$ I spend on pool supplies and how much more I trust my water test results from using my Taylor K-2006 test kit.

    I still once a month go get my water tested at my local pool store (for now) just to compare test results and they are never that close.

    I keep a few basic products on hand, and my pool water has never been more clear.
    I am still working on getting my CYA level to suggested levels, the stabilized pucks had it way elevated.
    The drop in water temp and decrease in sun exposure has resulted in my chlorine demand dropping significantly.

    If you are struggling with the idea, I couldn't recommend it enough.

    I was getting my water tested once a month, just doing what the pool store told me, and basically making one day every week my pool care day. Now, I test my water nearly daily, I have learned over 2-3 months what my pool needs are, use the pool calculator, and have never been more pleased.

    Thank you TFP!

    25K gal vinyl liner built 2012, 18x36 IG, deep end, Pentair 1.5 HP single speed pump, Pentair Tagelus 325lb sand filter, Kreepy Krauly Legend auto cleaner, inline chlorinator, one skimmer basket, 2 main drains, 4 return jets, 2 water sprinklers, newly acquired Taylor K-2006, sample sizer and speed stir.

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    South-Central Texas, Marion/San Antonio

    Re: Finally made the full transition to BBB/TFP method

    Way to go Robby! Good for you.
    Pat (a.k.a. Texas Splash) ~ My Pool: Viking Fiberglass; 17,888 Gal; Waterway Supreme 2-sp/2-hp pump; Hayward Ctg filter; TF-100 w/ Speed Stir
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    Jan 2012
    'burbs of Augusta, Georgia

    Re: Finally made the full transition to BBB/TFP method

    Glad to hear! It boggles folks mind when we tell them how inexpensive it can be to manage our pool the TFPC way. I'm equally shocked when I hear how much money people spend unnecessarily on chemicals and pool services.

    Enjoy your pool!
    12K Fiberglass IG, Infinity 4000 automatic cover, SWCG, Hayward Sand Filter, Hayward 1.5 Pump, Savi Melody LED pool lights, outdoor speakers and other assorted doo-dads. Sundance Altamar Hot Tub. Our pool build--> Our Pool Solved Our Sloping Yard Skippy's Cheap Pool Cooler -->Skippy's New Fountain
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    Re: Finally made the full transition to BBB/TFP method

    Well done, Robby. That right there is what TFP is all about, and what we love to hear. Keep up the great job .
    24' Round x 4.5 ft deep AGP (15,200 Gallons), Vinyl Liner, Hayward Vari Flo XL Sand Filter- (model SP0714T1),
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    May 2015
    Dallas Ga

    Re: Finally made the full transition to BBB/TFP method

    We love pics, too!!
    Bob - Palm Beach by San Juan Pools. approx 5000 gals Pentair 320 cartridge filter (all new guts installed by me) Goldline SWG Intermec 104 TImer Test kit K-2006-C

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