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    Thank you for the TFPC method

    This is what I woke up to this morning. Pool is near my bedroom window and the kids/parents went swimming way early.

    In a thick spanish accent
    "Oh my gawd, this water is so clear and it even sparkles"

    They tried to complement me but I stated it was due to troublefreepool.
    Thank you to everyone who helps others and shares their knowledge. The few questions I have asked were answered quickly and honestly. The search function is my best friend. That has answered most, if not all of my questions.

    To anyone who thinks it cant be done, this is my experience. I was pool schooled to the max and battled algae on the regular. Through this site found out my cya was sky high. Did a few drain and refills to achieve a 40 cya. Got my tf100 kit. Got my pool balanced according to the chlorine/cya chart and vinyl recommended levels. Use poolmath to keep it all in specs. Added borates. Installed a stenner pump so I don't have to manually add chlorine.

    And now all I get is compliments with a few minutes of testing daily. It is truly a trouble free pool now.

    So, thank you to Troublefreepool.com
    14500 gallon, 24' round vinyl agp buried, pentair tagelus 60 sand filter, max-flo vs sp2302vsp, TF-100 testkit

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    Re: Thank you for the TFPC method

    Awesome. It's amazing what a truly balanced pool looks like. Mine looks like it is virtually empty with the pump off, and shimmers like diamonds in the sun with the pump running. Enjoy the sparklypoolitis.


    30K gallon IG vinyl. 1.5HP 2-speed Waterway Mustang pump. 600 lb sand filter. Polaris 280. Circupool SI-60+. TF-100

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    Re: Thank you for the TFPC method

    Welcome to the forum, and thanks for the nice words. Mostly, congrats to you for taking control of your own pool, and doing it as it should be done.
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    Re: Thank you for the TFPC method



    Awesome!
    Divin Dave,
    IG Vinyl, 15' x 30', 3 1/2' - 6' deep, Oval, ~15K gal, Intelliclor IC40, Intelliflo VS pump, Clean and Clear 420 Filter, auto-fill-disabled, Retrofit LED Color Light, Dolphin Nautilus Robot, TF100 Test Kit, Taylor K1766 Salt Test Kit, Tftestkit Pressure Gauge.
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    Re: Thank you for the TFPC method

    We love to hear the success stories! Good job!
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    Re: Thank you for the TFPC method

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