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    App for PoolMath

    Is there a good app to track pool math info?
    Bill
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    Re: App for PoolMath

    I just use Pool Math directly on my iPhone & iPad. It works in Safari so there are no issues.

    There are a couple of apps out there that some folks use. I will caution you that they are independent of TFP ans should we make changes to Pool Math they may not be reflected in those other products.
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    Re: App for PoolMath

    Thanks for the tip. Do you keep a written log of your test results?


    Bill
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    Re: App for PoolMath

    Quote Originally Posted by wjthomas42 View Post
    Thanks for the tip. Do you keep a written log of your test results?


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    I did for a while, but once I got my CYA in line it's a lot of sameness.....

    I have a Stenner pump,that automatically adds bleach as the pump runs. With the floods South Carolina had this year my CYA was way down so I'm floating tabs in addition to the bleach. The acidity of the tabs is holding down my pH rise so to be honest my pool is on autopilot right now.

    It takes a few months of testing and learning your pool but eventually you will understand it's particular movements.
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