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    Two quick questions about borates

    i switched to the BBB method with my pool and its incredibly more simple to maintain my water. which is great. no more 3" tablets is great news...

    I have two quick questions about borates:
    1) my TA is between 90 and 100, lets call it 95 - is this too high to start a borate regimen? I saw that the suggested range was around 80 for BBB method
    2) Is there any reason to wait since i just refilled? my understanding would say do it asap since it helps prevent/fight algae but...just asking

    Chem as of today: FC: 4.5, cc: 0.2, TA: 95 CYA:40, pH:7.3, Calc: 80 (Taylormodel2006)
    20x40 in-ground vinyl liner, 34k gallons, hayward 244 sand filter, heater, 2 outlets, sep skimmer and main drain plumbed to a valve, BBB method, hayward super pump 1hp

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    Re: Two quick questions about borates

    "Suggested" is exactly that. Suggested as a starting point. Your pool will end up liking what it likes to keep your Ph in line.
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