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    Just signed up as supporter

    I just signed up as Lifetime Supporter. I see it as a $30 investment that will save me $100's from going to pool store, ha
    Pool owner for only 5 months now and I have learned a ton from this site. Really proud how the pool is looking right now. Thank you all....

    Rick T.
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    Re: Just signed up as supporter

    Looking great!

    Thanks for supporting the site.
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    That pool looks VERY inviting. Nice job with it.

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    Re: Just signed up as supporter

    Like you, I did the same thing last year and haven't looked back. Best decision (TFP) and investment (TF-100) I've made in a while. Definitely has paid for itself more than once. Very nice pool!
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    Re: Just signed up as supporter

    What's that blue circle floaty thing on the right side of the picture?

    Nice pool shape, quite unique.
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    Congrats on a gorgeous pool! Thanks for supporting TFP!
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    Beautiful man! Looks great!

    Thanks so much for supporting TFP, it is appreciated.
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    Re: Just signed up as supporter

    Quote Originally Posted by bmoreswim View Post
    What's that blue circle floaty thing on the right side of the picture?

    Nice pool shape, quite unique.
    The blue floaty thing has been taken out because its no longer needed with the BBB Method. (Just increases CYA & Calcium depending on what type pukes you use in it)
    The little white floaty thing is my thermometer..it stays..lol
    Rick T.
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    Jandy LED Multi-color pool light, ,Pentair VS Pump,Pentair FNS 48 DE Filter,Polaris 280 Cleaner
    TF-100 test kit, Taylor K-2006 test kit, Speed Stir, BBB Method, PoolMath, TFPC

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    Re: Just signed up as supporter

    [QUOTE=whataboy;808952]The blue floaty thing has been taken out because its no longer needed with the BBB Method. (Just increases CYA & Calcium depending on what type pukes you use in it)/QUOTE]
    Spoken like someone who knows more than their local pool store employees!
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