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Thread: New to pool ownership

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    Jul 2016
    Fort Oglethorpe ga

    New to pool ownership

    I just installed an above ground salt water pool and I had my water professionally tested and they said I needed to shock my pool to bring the chlorine into range so I did and took another sample back for retesting and they said it was perfect. However I noticed tiny bubbles on my ladder and steps and pool wall. Should I shock my pool again

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    Aug 2012
    DFW, TX

    Re: New to pool ownership

    Welcome to TFP!

    Congrats on the new pool! Nothing wrong with tiny bubbles.

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