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    Billings, Mt


    I'm from Montana so I only have a few months to use my pool. I bought 14" steel frame above ground pool. It hold 3,440 gallons of water. We put sand under it to crate a cushion and level grounding. The pool is currently full and I've been on every Internet site to figure out how to keep my pool clean. I have the chlorine tabs, ph increaser and oh decreaser and some shock as well as some test sticks. I don't even know how to read the strips. I have area on my pool where I can enter chlorine tabs... How many do I use? When do I put this all in? And how do I know how much? I put one tab in tonight and I will run for 8 hours so we can swim tomorrow. Thanks

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    Re: Unfadeable_86

    Welcome to TFP!

    It might be best to use this process,
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    Re: Unfadeable_86

    Welcome to TFP!

    Another good resource is the ABC's of Pool Water Chemistry. This boils everything you need to know about managing pool water chemistry down to one page.
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