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    Pool water after storm: When to test?

    Chemicals have finally been tuned to normal levels. Also just ordered a poolskim to help out with debris collection. 😁
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    Pool water after storm: When to test?

    bmoreswim, thanks for the recommendation. The pool clarity has noticeably improved since yesterday. I’m sure I’ve got a ways to go, but I think I’m on the right glide path.
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    Pool Math vs National Swimming Pool Foundation Range Variance

    It is a chlorine system. I am interested in transitioning to a SWG, but planning to make that change after some more research. Also, I’ve spent a good amount of money on the pool/home as a first year home owner. So, am going to plan for it as a future expense.
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    Pool Math vs National Swimming Pool Foundation Range Variance

    Hello. I am wondering why the variance in ranges between the Pool Math app and the National Swimming Pool Foundation (NSPF)? I’m trying to understand the logic, not trying to sharpshoot. I’ve noted the differences below, and I’m interested in why TFP makes the different recommendation levels...
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    Pool water after storm: When to test?

    You’re right, I haven’t read that yet, because there was no need until now. Thanks for the input!
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    Pool water after storm: When to test?

    Thanks for the input. I have already read the recommended article.
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    Pool water after storm: When to test?

    Background info: I had a pretty bad storm early this morning. A lot of runoff dirt and debris has gone into my pool during the storm. I am currently skimming what is floating on top, vacuuming the pool, and intermittently backwashing the sand filter (to both clean out the filter and to empty...
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