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Thread: Photos of a successful spa conversion from Baqua

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    Photos of a successful spa conversion from Baqua

    Our spa water was green, semi-opaque, and nasty.

    Looks a *lot* better now, and the water feels and smells wonderful.

    First scrubbed (gently) around the waterline with Baqua's shell cleaner to remove the brown deposits, drained, removed filter, refilled, added Spa System Flush, ran the jets, scooped foam with brown goo out, continued scooping until there was no more stained foam, drained, installed new filter, refilled, and started BBB.

    Thank you everyone on this forum for the excellent advice!
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    I have a 20 by 40 inground pool. Not sure of gallons but diving area is around 8 ft. with a shallow end. Sand filter and it is vinyl liner. I have a coverstar cover. Liner and cover new in 05.
    Not sure of flow rate.

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    Re: Photos of a successful spa conversion from Baqua

    Looks Fabulous. Just currious what city are you in?
    10,800 gallons Gunite/Plaster
    Hayward 244t 24" Sand Filter with Zeo
    1 1/2 HP Challenger
    Digital Pool Pilot DIG-220 SC-48
    Located in NOLA

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    Re: Photos of a successful spa conversion from Baqua

    Quote Originally Posted by Dalandlord
    Looks Fabulous. Just currious what city are you in?
    Los Gatos, California.
    I have a 20 by 40 inground pool. Not sure of gallons but diving area is around 8 ft. with a shallow end. Sand filter and it is vinyl liner. I have a coverstar cover. Liner and cover new in 05.
    Not sure of flow rate.

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