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    TA ?

    I just did a p/t and my TA is now at 100. Is this ok or should I be about 90? everything else is in the range that I want them CL 5 and pH 7.5
    *~ Laura ~*
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    100 is fine I would guess.
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    TA of 100 is certainly livable. You might find that you pH creeps up a bit fast but if you are testing your pH a few times a week and adjusting it as needed you should have no problems at all.

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    Thanks all

    I tested again today and looks like all is well and added some bleach.

    CYA is at about 50. So I think I am going to test every other day now for CL and pH. Would that be ok? or should I test CL and pH everyday and the others like TA and CYA once a week?

    I must also add that I love BBB method- before I discovered it, I was pool stored with my moms i/g. And it was alway up and down with the levels. Nothing ever stayed where it should have, it was either to high or too low and I had to add all kinds of stuff. BBB is definately the best and most easiest way!
    *~ Laura ~*
    27x52 Aquasphere Conquest AGP (approx.17,100 gal)
    1 HP Pentair Dynamo Pump & SD-40 Sand Filter
    TF-100 Test Kit
    BBB User- Salt Added

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