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    lulupalooza's Avatar
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    Mar 2008
    Evans, GA

    Estimated daily CL loss question

    I have estimated that I lose approx. 5ppm of CL a day with the weather has hot and muggy as it is. My question is, I just tested my CL/FC it's approx 7.50ppm and CC was .5. If I don't add bleach in tonite, I am sure by tomorrow evening when I test my CL level will be below the min. 4-6 ppm range that I need to keep the pool in. How is this handled? should I add some bleach now or should I just wait until tomorrow morning to test and then add in the evening if I am below 4ppm?

    BTW I BEAT that algae bloom from last week,pool is back to normal. Whew!
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    May 2007
    Silver Spring, MD

    Re: Estimated daily CL loss question

    There are many different ways to deal with this. The simplest is to raise the FC level once a day in the evening. Raise the FC level to whatever level it takes to still be at your desired FC minimum the next evening. After a couple of days of trial and error you should be able to figure out what that is.
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    Casey's Avatar
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    Apr 2007
    SW PA

    Re: Estimated daily CL loss question

    I usually lose 2-3 ppm a day. Last night I was at a healthy 5 ppm but I know by this evening, if I didn't add last night, I'd probly be below my minimum.

    I usually bump it up to 7 or 8 each night.

    I'm glad to hear you got the pool cleared up!
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    Oct 2007
    Central Texas

    Re: Estimated daily CL loss question

    If its not too much trouble, what is your CYA level? It will have a direct effect on how much chlorine you lose each day.
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