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    Not bad for a baqua pool!

    My water looked the best this season it has in quite some time. I attribute it to two things: 1) new filter grids 2) the use of aqua finesse tablets. It makes it really hard to close. I'm still swimming a bit....water is a balmy 66 degrees. I'm a real die-hard at the end of the season!


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    12,500 gallon gunite, original construction 1989, renovation 2014 using quartz plaster finish. Baquacil-treated pool.

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    Re: Not bad for a baqua pool!

    Enjoy! Glad you are having success.

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    Re: Not bad for a baqua pool!

    Nice pool! 66!
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    Re: Not bad for a baqua pool!

    Gotta love crystal clear water. Always one of the first things guests comment upon. Enjoy!
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    Re: Not bad for a baqua pool!

    Wow, at 66 that's pretty refreshing Nice looking pool.
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    Re: Not bad for a baqua pool!

    Congratulations, that is certainly the clearest baqua pool I have ever seen. Given the sheer number of people coming to the forum due to terrible results from using baqua I am genuinely impressed by your results. Now if you are able to maintain those results consistently for a few years and find a way to reduce the price to something close to what what I pay for chlorine even I would give baqua some consideration.
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    Re: Not bad for a baqua pool!

    Thanks for the compliments. I SURE wish the pool looked even half that good so far after opening this year! Can't even see the bottom.
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