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    Unit Conversion Cheatsheet

    Now that my pool chemistry has stabilized for the most part, I find myself making cheatsheets for the typical chemicals I use for my water volume. I have a 3 ring binder that I keep all of my pool stats and reference sheets. Attached is a quick reference I made for common units of measure. Maybe its old age creeping up but its nice sometimes to not have to think about it.
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    Re: Unit Conversion Cheatsheet

    Yep, old age here, too In fact, I wrote just such a table on my garage wall over by where I mix herbicides and pesticides.

    If you wanted to do more work (hint, hint) you could expand the chart into fluid oz and dry oz (by weight). And maybe add tablespoons. Oh yeah, I know, I'm a great delegator (my spell checker says that's not a word).
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    Re: Unit Conversion Cheatsheet (Updated)

    OK Anna, I took the hint and added tablespoons. I don't think its possible to do an overall conversion for volume to dry oz by weight.
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    Re: Unit Conversion Cheatsheet

    Thank You!!!
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    Please visit our Pool Issues pages for information about step weights, managing the solar cover, and PoolSkim.

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