What is the break in process? The company has been pretty decent. I looked up Pebble tec and called the 3 companies on their site that are listed on the Pebbletec website nearest us.I would make sure you have the break in process for the plaster? It’s plaster right? I read fiberglass?
Plaster has a break in process. Leslie will have no clue what that it. Leslie will not balance ur new water properly most likely. Which will lead to disaster.
Get a kit. Get the break in process and go at it. That’s pretty shadey they don’t get u going.
Thanks Jim. That is odd. The pool company I used for the resurfacing only mentioned keeping the ph between 7.2 and 7.4 to keep it in warranty and provided a 10 year warranty on it.Each plaster has a 30 or so process you follow after it’s installed. Chemicals levels to maintain day by day then week by week. I tried to find my diamond bride process we had to follow but I can’t find it.
You all will be so proud!!! I have been testing my water and practicing real hard!Post your test results and also that of the pool store if you went there - just so we have a baseline of where you are now until you get your new reagents. Just denote that the results are for reference only and pending new values upon receipt of new reagents.