I've been doing a lot of reading on this site. I called the pool store to let them know that the utility folks had been by to mark utilities. I started asking about liquid chlorine container size and prices. Here is what I was told..."I would strongly caution against using only liquid chlorine. It will bleach out your liner over time, it will cause solids to get high, it's not stable, your pool will get cloudy and you'll end up draining your pool. I recommend Pool Rx in the pump housing and tablets." Geez...that sure does sound a lot easier than tfpc/BBB. However...I am sold on the BBB idea. I've always enjoyed science, so the testing and adding chemicals really doesn't scare me.
I haven't read any complaints from anyone on this forum about bleaching out their liners from using liquid chlorine. Is it a problem that just isn't talked about?
After all my reading, it didn't sound like anything I was told was correct. Was any of that correct? It's hard to believe that using liquid chlorine over any other source of chlorine (tabs) would be so problematic.