Well, I must say I am so freekin happy I found this sight! I was another new pool owner following the cult of the pool store recommendations. I have fully converted my pool to the BBB system and I'm now a BBB snob .
My question for the more experienced is how to test (and get a correct reading) for PH when chlorine levels are above 3ppm. Two of my test kits state that the readings are worthless if C is over 3ppm. I have a K-2006 kit that doesn't say anything about the chlorine level. Is the indicator in the K-2006 kit not affected by high chlorine levels?
thanks in advance!
oh, to they make an electronic PH tester that really works for pools and is not affected by chlorine levels?