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    Washing testing "dishes"

    Do I need to be washing the testing vials in distilled water after each use? It seems that I remember reading that somewhere, but now I can't find it anywhere. I've just been washing them with our "city" water after testing. Does this leave extra chlorine to dry in the vials?
    18 x 36 IG vinyl (new liner 2015) , 26k gal, Hayward 1hp single speed pump, Sta-Rite sand filter (T240BP-1)

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    Sierra Vista, Az

    Re: Washing testing "dishes"

    I just wash mine out with regular water before and after each test.
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    Tucson, AZ

    Re: Washing testing "dishes"

    I rinse with pool water (from my sample bottle) before I test and pour out the tests into the sink and rinse with tap water after the test.

    BTW, when done with a test, I let the tap water fill and overflow the vial to get the chemicals out and then dump the SpeedStir pill into my hand.
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