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    Cheers from California

    Found this forum today and am impressed with the community and wealth of info. I wish I would have found you sooner as I've spent hundreds of dollars on useless chemicals and driving back and forth to my local LPS. I look forward to getting some advice and learning an easier and more efficient way to manage my pool. I plan on swimming a ton this summer and BBQ'ing with my new smoker!
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    Re: Cheers from California

    Welcome to TFP!

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    Re: Cheers from California

    Quote Originally Posted by joshearl
    Found this forum today and am impressed with the community and wealth of info. I wish I would have found you sooner as I've spent hundreds of dollars on useless chemicals and driving back and forth to my local LPS. I look forward to getting some advice and learning an easier and more efficient way to manage my pool. I plan on swimming a ton this summer and BBQ'ing with my new smoker!
    Welcome to the forum.
    I would advice you read Pool School. The link can be found in many of the users signature block and in the upper right hand corner of every page.
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    Re: Cheers from California

    Welcome, joshearl

    We're glad to have you
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