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    newbie here

    Just a simple hello to everyone here. I have been using the BBB method for a couple of years now and find it actually very easy to maintain my pool with this method.
    I am in Houston, Texas and looking forward to having fun again this year in my pool.

    Hope everyone here has a great day!!


    SD
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    PowerFlo Matrix 1.5 pump

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    Re: newbie here

    Hey! Welcome to TFP! You'll find a lot of great people, and great information here.
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    Re: newbie here

    Hi SD and welcome to the forum

    We always have room for one more Texan
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