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Thread: Chlorine test

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    May 2015

    Chlorine test

    Is there a better way to test for FC when you are having to run a higher FC level due to your CYA being up? I got my CYA down to 100 but don't have the time to drain in the next few days. So, I am having to put so many drops in t9 test. Like 40ish.
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    Re: Chlorine test

    Dilute your sample 1 part tap water to 1 part pool water and each drop counts as 1 FC. Definite loss in accompanying accuracy though.
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    Re: Chlorine test

    That is the only way to test that I am aware of.
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