So we've been bringing a sample of our pool water by the local pool store once a week or so, and aside from some minor tweaks (CYA level a little low, PH a little high, etc.) they're telling us it's actually looking pretty good, and I assume it's doing well because the water is crystal clear and you have to get right down on top of the water before you barely smell any chlorine odor. I've also been hitting it with a gallon or so of pool chlorine every other weekend to help maintain chlorine levels alongside the tabs we keep in the skimmer. So at any rate, if all our levels are pretty good, then I would expect the Taylor Chlorine test to function like the instructions and videos, however, I'm pretty sure I could dump that entire vile of powder in and the water STILL wouldn't turn "pink". Seriously -- I've put a dozen scoops in before to the point where it was just tinged with pink, and ONE DROP turned it clear again. i ended up picking up test strips because I don't have any confidence in this test kit (despite the fact that it was pricey and everyone seems to love it.)
Am I missing something here? I've been using the 10ml level -- should I be using the 25ml?