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    Post AA treatment test results

    Just finishing up my AA treatment to remove some ring staining on my fiberglass pool. All has gone well. Just finishing rebalancing water. What do you think of the test results? My watergram indicates out of balance. Should I raise the TA, CH? Opionions?

    CYA 30
    FC 0.5, have not added nightly dose.
    PH 7.2/7.3
    TA 90
    CH 200/220 ish. Had fading endpoint even though I added 5 drops of R-0012 at the start. I'd measured a solid 210 before the AA treatment. I'll try the distilled water method.
    16x34 fiberglass. Sand filter with Zeobrite.

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    Re: Post AA treatment test results

    AA treatment? Don't test chemicals while drunk. LOL Don't know what AA treatment is with regards to a pool.
    15K gal IG plaster pool
    DE filter
    1 horse pump..don't know flow rate
    Chlorine Feeder
    Pool Newbie (only 3 1/2 years)

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    Re: Post AA treatment test results

    Quote Originally Posted by Murphy
    Just finishing up my AA treatment to remove some ring staining on my fiberglass pool. All has gone well. Just finishing rebalancing water. What do you think of the test results? My watergram indicates out of balance. Should I raise the TA, CH? Opionions?

    CYA 30
    FC 0.5, have not added nightly dose.
    PH 7.2/7.3
    TA 90
    CH 200/220 ish. Had fading endpoint even though I added 5 drops of R-0012 at the start. I'd measured a solid 210 before the AA treatment. I'll try the distilled water method.
    Your FC is dropping too low. Don't let it go below 2.
    You do not want to be in the position to have to shock a new AA treatment.

    Your TA is fine. In fact, high end of recommended level of 70 to 90.
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