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    Reverse osmosis or wait to drain?

    I'm not too concerned about the cost of the SLAM but rather daily chlorine costs after that. If my minimum fc with a high cya is going to be ~11, let's say I increase in the evening to 17, what will my daily losses be? Should I expect to lose 40% fc daily? I don't fully understand chlorine loss...
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    Reverse osmosis or wait to drain?

    Pricing includes all chemicals used to rebalance the pool at the end of the service. We test and balance the following and leave them in the ideal range as listed below: -Chlorine 2 - 5 ppm -Calcium 200 - 400 ppm -TDS 400 - 1600 ppm...
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    Reverse osmosis or wait to drain?

    Hello all, I'm new to the forums and new to being a pool owner. Unfortunately, I was "pool-stored" for the two months or so of pool ownership before discovering this website. The two months I've owned the home the water has looked clear (once it became cloudy but cleared up with store product)...