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Thread: Aquabright levels for testing

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    Aquabright levels for testing

    We're considering resurfacing this spring with Aquabright. I was wondering what the ideal pool chemical levels are with an Aquabright surface. Wondering specifically about Calcium and TA (FC, TC and pH should stay the same).

    Does anyone know the numbers? And should any of them change from the standard levels for a gunite/plaster pool?
    20K gal, IG, Diamondbrite, TF100 kit, Pentair 3/4 hp pump

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    DFW, TX

    Re: Aquabright levels for testing

    It depends.

    If it is all Aquabrite then treat it like a vinyl pool. If it has tile with grout then keep your CH up around 200-250 as a minimum.

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