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Thread: reducing chlorine to 0

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    Jun 2015
    Torrington, CT

    reducing chlorine to 0

    I need to do an Ascorbic Acid treatment. My pool company just opened the pool for me and I told them not to add chlorine, but when I tested today the free chlorine level is 2.0. How do I reduce it to 0 so that I can do the AA treatment? It is still too cold to swim in CT so I want to do this now and have the pool ready in a couple of weeks!
    JLeslie - 16x75 pool 38,00 gallons; Sta-rite system 3 modular media filter; electric heater

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    Re: reducing chlorine to 0

    The ascorbic acid will reduce the chlorine. Just add a little extra.
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