I'm still a relatively new pool owner and don't completely trust myself yet so I do get help from the pool store guys on occasion. I'm just curious as to why pool stores recommend a chlorine level of 1-3 ppm and stabilizer of 30-60 for salt water pools while TFP recommends 4-6 chlorine and 70-80 stabilizer. Why do SWG pools need higher chlorine/stabilizer compared to non-salt pools? What are the risks of running lower chlorine/stabilizer over time? My pool is quite shady, just gets sun in the peak of the day for a few hours - would this allow me to keep lower levels? My pool has only been open for 1 month so far this summer and it's typically at 2 ppm chlorine and 45 stabilizer and it's been crystal clear and no issues. Just want to make sure I understand this fully before I increase chemicals. Thanks!
(This morning an hour after adding acid)
FC 2.0 ppm