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    First Time Opening Using TFPC Method

    Welcome to TFP! I started a new Thread for your post. Please start a new thread whenever you have a question or new topic as opposed to posting your question on an old thread. Plus, posting your question in a new thread is more likely to get responses and gives your question the attention it deserves. Also, we recently changed the name of our method from BBB to TFPC - Trouble Free Pool Care. We found that the term BBB (Bleach, Borax, and Baking Soda) caused some confusion leading people to believe that they had to use all three of these chemicals or could only use these three chemicals. --BoDarville, TFP Moderator

    First time using BBB method, when opening pool ( i have a 22,000 in-ground pool) do you start with the bleach first and how much? Then is it baking soda and borax or borax and baking soda, tried using the calculator and seem to be having problems,any and all help would be appreciated...Cheryl

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    Re: First Time Opening Using TFPC Method

    Welcome to the forum.

    The first step is to post test results so we can help you with what order to make changes, if any.
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    Re: First Time Opening Using TFPC Method

    Thank you so much dave will do once tested,

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    Re: First Time Opening Using TFPC Method

    Ph first--------FC second-------Borax a big maybe. Welcome!

    BBB monniker is out..............TFPC method is current!
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