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Thread: Help used to much PolySheen Blue

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    Sep 2014
    Greenville, NC

    Help used to much PolySheen Blue

    Was suppose to use 16oz of Banish, picked up wrong bottle & used 16oz of Polysheen Blue..what have I done & what problem have I created....

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    Apr 2012
    Grand Rapids, MI

    Re: Help used to much PolySheen Blue

    I predict all you've done is wasted money...but using a clarifier is generally wasted money anyway, so you just wasted it faster, is all

    What I mean by that is that if you're using the TFP method of measuring and maintaining your pool chemistry, your water will be sparky and clear on its own without the need for clarifier.

    You might want to check your filter and backwash if its higher than 25% above normal pressure.

    That said, if you were using a clarifier because your water was hazy/cloudy, read up in pool school re: how to SLAM and subsequently maintain your water/balance your chemistry.
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