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    Need help lowering FC

    I have a frogger system but haven't used for over 10 years because I got tired of the cost and using bleach and other cheaper chemicals (borax, baking soda, etc.) have served me well.

    I didn't take care of the pool as well as I usually do on the off season. I slammed the pool with bleach and acid, finally got rid of the algae and the water is clear but the FC is high. Need help so my grandkids can enjoy the pool with us this summer. Here are my current numbers:

    FC-22.8
    CC-0
    PH-7.4
    TA-150
    CH-450
    CYA-72
    Temp-82

    Appreciate any help.
    12k Pebble Tek Kidney Bean
    STA-RITE Cartridge Filter S7M120
    STA-RITE Pump# P6E6E-206L
    Test Kit-Leslie FAS--DPD K2006
    Southwest AZ, City Water is Hard

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    Re: Need help lowering FC

    That Fc is gonna drop all by itself quick enough given a couple of sunny days.. Safe to swim up to SLAM level for your CYA.
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    Re: Need help lowering FC

    Thanks, oldest little one will be glad to hear. Sounds like we'll be jumping in shortly after dinner tomorrow
    12k Pebble Tek Kidney Bean
    STA-RITE Cartridge Filter S7M120
    STA-RITE Pump# P6E6E-206L
    Test Kit-Leslie FAS--DPD K2006
    Southwest AZ, City Water is Hard

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