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Thread: Second season using TFPC Method

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    SJS101's Avatar
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    Second season using TFPC Method

    Ignoring the few little spots of dirt near the drain and along the left side of the decline, this is the result of the knowledge I have learned here. For all those fighting the good fight, best of luck and crystal clear sparkling water is on it's way if you follow the advice given!

    18 X 36, 29 K gallon, Sand Filter, Inground Vinyl Lined, 3/4 HP pump

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    Re: Second season using TFPC Method

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    Re: Second season using TFPC Method

    Great Job! Looks like you will be doing more of this due to your sparkling pool.
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