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    and the winner for most accurate forum name is...

    TROUBLE FREE POOL.COM

    I started late '14 and amazed at how little trouble it really is! I run 50 ppm borates and follow the TFP approach. My pool is pleasure now. Many Thanks to the members of TFP! Tim.
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    Re: and the winner for most accurate forum name is...

    Thank you for the kind words and for sharing this photo of your beautiful pool!
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    That is gorgeous!
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    That is some awesome looking water. The are is wonderful looking as well!
    Thanks for sharing the compliment.

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    For real! Nice pool!
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    I'd sure swim in it!

    (I'm sure you've probably become a bit of a pool snob and are leery of swimming in less than pristine pool so you can appreciate my sentiment that I'd swim there!)

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    Re: and the winner for most accurate forum name is...

    Thanks for the compliments, but I had good teachers I do look at public, hotel, private pools a bit differently now. I guess with education comes a questioning attitude...
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    Looking good. Makes me want to bomb it off the diving board
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    Excellent!
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    I've posted that pic before but it's worth reposting


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    Re: and the winner for most accurate forum name is...

    WOW!!! Very NICE!
    BNilsen2693 -- 30K Gallon In-ground , Pebble Tec, 55' at the longest, 24' at the widest, 8' at the deepest, Pentair FNSP60 DE Filter, Polaris Sweeper running off a booster pump. TF-100 Test Kit.

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    Re: and the winner for most accurate forum name is...

    Quote Originally Posted by ship of fools View Post


    I've posted that pic before but it's worth reposting


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    Re: and the winner for most accurate forum name is...

    9' i think


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