According to all the information I have found in this forum and Pool School as well as the information left behind
by our pebble tec installers, we should be concentrating on keeping the PH down around 7.2 and getting rid of
plaster dust by using alot of acid. Also all of the info indicates, we should not be adding chlorine until the initial acid start up is finished and the ph and akalinity are brought to normal levels. Well the first thing our PB did was add chlorine. My ph is showing 8.4 on the test strip, which is the highest on the strip. I'm guessing that that means it could be even higher. When I asked the PB if we were supposed to get the PH right before adding chlorine, he said that everyone has their own way of thinking on it. Is this going to end up doing permanent damage to my finish?