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    Jul 2015

    Smile Tolequilty

    Hello from Hooper, UT!
    We have a 15,000 gallon pool. Every year my husband insists on emptying it and refilling, however, neither of us like to do it. This year I decided not to do that. I have been trying to get the water clear and it has gone from dark green to blue and cloudy.
    I was about to give up and stumbled onto this site.
    I have been reading and have found the pool math which I will use first thing in the morning. I have hope again!

    I am a mother of three and grandmother of 6. We all love the pool and want to swim!!!

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    Aug 2012
    DFW, TX

    Re: Tolequilty

    Welcome to TFP! We love pools and swimming too!

    Sounds like you are making good progress. Blue is better than green!

    Get one of the Recommended Test Kits. I use the TF100 from

    When you get it give us some test results and get ready to SLAM Your Pool to clear it up the rest of the way.

    Here are some of my fave Pool School articles to start with.
    TFPC for Beginners
    ABC's of Pool Water Chemistry

    Here are the Recommended Levels for your pool.
    Here are the Recommended Pool Chemicals and how to add them.
    Use PoolMath to figure out how much to add.
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    Re: Tolequilty

    Welcome to TFP!
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