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    Help, pool party tomorrow!

    Help! We are having a pool party tomorrow. My water is crystal clear. It's also algae free and the numbers are perfect.

    FC 8.5
    CC 0.0
    PH 7.4
    TA 110
    CH 350
    CYA 70

    What am I going to do for the rest of the day?!?!??
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    Re: Help, pool party tomorrow!

    Ha Ha!!! Got me with that title, until saw your username

    I would recommend relaxing with a nice cool drink in the pool.
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    Re: Help, pool party tomorrow!

    Probably should send out directions to your place.
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    Re: Help, pool party tomorrow!

    Blow up some more pool toys, mix some yummy drinks, bake some yummy cookies, sit back and relax!

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    Re: Help, pool party tomorrow!

    haha I hear ya!! I'm having a party today, bumped up the FC and vacuumed. I have nothing else to do for 5 hours.
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    Re: Help, pool party tomorrow!

    Unfortunately, my pool look like a mess ... every June/July when the palm trees start dropping all their flowers and the winds start to blow. No way for the skimmer to keep up ... I would not want to have a party to have people see it
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    Re: Help, pool party tomorrow!

    Wow, I got stuck with loads of honey dos! Tree trimming, flower planting, weed pulling, deck washing, furniture rearranging! Doesn't she know how hard I work to keep the pool so perfectly clean, balanced and ready to go!?!
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    Re: Help, pool party tomorrow!

    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Splash View Post
    Probably should send out directions to your place.
    I'm still waiting on mine. Surely I'm invited.
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    Re: Help, pool party tomorrow!

    Quote Originally Posted by jblizzle View Post
    Unfortunately, my pool look like a mess ... every June/July when the palm trees start dropping all their flowers and the winds start to blow. No way for the skimmer to keep up ... I would not want to have a party to have people see it
    I have lots of overhanging trees too! I just got the Pooskim device and haven't had to skim since! Highly recommend it!
    20x40 in-ground Bella Blue Pebble Fina pool w/diving board, 1 HP Hayward Superpump, Raypak RP2100 335k BTU NG mV heater, Pentair Quad DE 60 filter, Pentair 261173 multi-port valve, Stenner 45MPHP10 pump w/15 gal tank, Intermatic ET1125CR dual electronic timer, 1.5" lines, two skimmers w/socks, Poolskim, vacuum line, ColorQ Pro 7 kit, TF-100 kit, speedstir, 2 froglogs, Dolphin Discovery Robot. Wine is the answer, what was the question?

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