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    bof's Avatar
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    May 2013

    Sparkling water

    Hi All

    Just had to tell everyone that my pool is sparkling I never had it look soooooooo good, wether its that I use the ballast water to filter the pool or the three in one tablets for chemicals or that I clean it twice a week or all of the above, but it looks great.

    Chlorine 3
    TA 100
    pH 7.8

    Or was it because I was not wearing my sunglasses
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    BoDarville's Avatar
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    Jun 2012
    DFW, Texas

    Re: Sparkling water


    on your sparkling water

    Quote Originally Posted by bof
    ...the three in one tablets for chemicals...
    I would be curious to find out what the active ingredients are in these 3-in1 tabs. Many similar tabs I have seen contain an algaecide as one of the ingredients. If it is a copper-based algaecide, that could cause metal staining later on. Just something to think about...
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