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    Pools and Coffee

    People who bought pool lights also bought coffee creamer? I can see that.

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    Re: Pools and Coffee

    I thought this was going to be a thread about bringing your pool to the local Starbucks. I was curious to see how that turned out.
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    Re: Pools and Coffee

    Coffee creamers can sometimes be a bit basic. Maybe they had a need to raise pH?
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    Re: Pools and Coffee

    We now know why the water looked cloudy.
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    Re: Pools and Coffee

    Should have used the powdered creamer. Works great as a DE substitute.
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    Re: Pools and Coffee

    Least most of the pools here don't look like coffee!
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    Re: Pools and Coffee

    The creamer is described as "Original liquid sin". I wonder what that's supposed to mean?

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    Re: Pools and Coffee

    Quote Originally Posted by JamesW View Post
    "Original liquid sin"?
    dunno....but it sounds promising.
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