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    Is it possible to calculate volume if my pool is irregular

    Re: Is it possible to calculate volume if my pool is irregul I'd use the oval calculation to start and test again after the addition to test the volume estimate.
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    How did I mess up this bad?

    I just had a bright idea. Next time you're at the pool store (or Walmart or wherever), take a look at the cheap OTO test kit. If you can tell the color blocks apart you shouldn't have any trouble with the pH test, or at least no more than the rest of us do. But I'm not color blind so I cannot...
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    solar salt?

    I'll let someone else answer that, I do know that my local Walmart sells Morton pool salt at $6 for 40lbs.
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    Calcium chloride on Ebay?

    Did you ask about special orders? My local Ace will typically order anything on the website (with no shipping charge).