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Thread: Checking and Maintaining Sequestrant Level - AA user

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    Checking and Maintaining Sequestrant Level - AA user

    Being a victim of stains and having the need to perform the AA treatment, what methods are available for maintaining proper sequestrant levels? Test kits?

    I used Jack's purple stuff during AA treatment. They suggest 6-8oz per 10K gallon pool per week. For me, that translates to 2 32oz bottle a month @ $30/bottle. The cost of running the pool just went up.
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    IG Pool - 21,000 Gallon - Vinyl Liner
    Hayward 1.5HP Super Pump EE; Hayward DE Filter; Goldline SWG
    32' x 16', 8' deep at the deep end, about 3' shallow end

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    Re: Checking and Maintaining Sequestrant Level - AA user

    I am in the same boat... check online to see if you can find it cheaper. I just found the Pink Stuff online at a reasonable price from a swim supply company that I have had good experiences with in the past. It may not be THE answer you are looking for, but may help in the interim.
    27' round AG
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    Hayward S210T Sand Filter

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    Re: Checking and Maintaining Sequestrant Level - AA user

    Quote Originally Posted by dattia
    I am in the same boat... check online to see if you can find it cheaper. I just found the Pink Stuff online at a reasonable price from a swim supply company that I have had good experiences with in the past. It may not be THE answer you are looking for, but may help in the interim.
    Care to share the name of the company?
    My Pool Stats
    IG Pool - 21,000 Gallon - Vinyl Liner
    Hayward 1.5HP Super Pump EE; Hayward DE Filter; Goldline SWG
    32' x 16', 8' deep at the deep end, about 3' shallow end

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