New to TFP and I have LOVED the great information in the Pool School. There are two pieces of advice that seem to be in conflict and I just want to do the right thing. I have a SWG so I'm following the info in the section related to Balancing a Salt Water pool. In it, it says the TA should be between 60 and 90 and then it says "THIS IS IMPORTANT!" Well, my TA is 180--way too high, so I went to see how to lower it and it says "You shouldn't lower TA just to reach a target number. Make sure you actually have one of the above issues before lowering your TA." Well, I don't have either of those issues. My plan is to not worry about it, but I just want to be sure. The "THIS IS IMPORTANT!" has me a little worried.
For the record, my water looks fantastic--best yet! (Put the pool in last summer and got to swim Aug-Oct. Can't wait to get in this year!)
FC=1.5 (See CYA below)
CYA=0 (I just added Stabilizer and it's climbing. My SWG was set to 100% and still barely getting a FC reading. I learned from Pool School that I needed to add Stabilizer. It's working out and I'm working on getting CYA in the 70-90 range per Pool School.)