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    new pool

    IMG_4490.jpgNew pool owner here, just wondering if anyone could help me estimate how many gallons I have since I have a free form pool?

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    Re: new pool

    My math tells me its about 13,000. gallons. The best way to tell is to use Pool Math (top right side link) and determine exactly how much of one of the pool chemicals to add based on your current test results. Then add the chemical and retest. If your test shows higher than expected your pool is smaller, if lower than expected it is larger.

    Either chlorine or pH is the easiest to test, IMO.
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    Re: new pool

    thank you very much, I will try that! I just needed a starting point.

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