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    Water Feels Chalky on skin - Causes?

    I've read quite a bit over the years here. Which chemical would have killed the phosphates cheaper? I've read plenty about the cya test in stores, it should be performed on a sunny day, however only reason I'm considering theirs to have a chance at being accurate is because theirs was 100%...
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    Water Feels Chalky on skin - Causes?

    Well, I did do the phosphate remover and this weekend I didn't experience that chalky feel. According to them my stabilizer was higher, CYA 86.
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    Water Feels Chalky on skin - Causes?

    I've seen that before but no. It's just on my skin. I brought a sample to local pool place for a test. I have 1200 phosphates. Could this be it?
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    Water Feels Chalky on skin - Causes?

    I don't see anything except on my hands. Yeah my FC got low. I had this same feeling when it was a 6
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    Water Feels Chalky on skin - Causes?

    Moved from here. Opened my pool this year, had a small leak and had to fill with water. I'm in the exact same boat, water is balanced, chlorine has been perfect and low with the same results. Anyone ever solve this? FC 1.5 PH 7.8 TA 80 CH 330 CYA 70
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    FC test turns pink after sitting, that normal?

    So I do the FC test, turn it clear and get my result. If I let that sit, it will turn pink again in a few minutes. Is that normal? Are the results skewed in any way?
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    questions about TC, CC, CYA range,

    perhaps I wrote too much and no one read it?
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    questions about TC, CC, CYA range,

    So last year I had, (still have but am refusing to use it this year) the frog mineral system. This will be my second year with the pool and I had nothing but problems with my pool chlorine levels last year. My FC and TC were a constant battle at zero too many times and had constant algae...