This is my second year using the BBB method with the TFP test kit, and I'm hooked both form the economic as well as the control standpoint. Thanks for this information.
With that being said, I accidently added 3 of the 1 gallon jugs of 12.5% pool chlorine to my 24' above ground pool this past weekend. Even with the pump continually running, I just measured about 40 ppm of free chlorine!
I'm sure my liner will turn white and my solar cover will melt; but what I'd really like to know is if there is a way to reduce this effectively?
I can't imagine how long it will take just letting the sun drop the level to 10 or so, so that we can swim and get it to drop more?
I've thought about draining some of it, or adding peroxide.
Do you think that I should just wait it out?
I couldn't believe it when I had to put 80 drops into the vial to make it turn clear! my Taylor kit was dark orange!