How Clear is TFP Clear? Let's See (Pics Please).

thefloatqueen

Bronze Supporter
Dec 24, 2018
609
Columbus, OH
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I’ll post more when the pump isn’t running and Miss Queeny (my robot) is not in action! Kind of hard to tell how crystal clear it is with all the movement in my pics lol. But I can see every teeny tiny speck of dirt and my eyesight is definitely NOT 20/20, if that tells you anything. It’s only 4 ft deep so I know it’s not impressive but I consider it clear..
 
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thefloatqueen

Bronze Supporter
Dec 24, 2018
609
Columbus, OH
10ft deep end. Haven’t added any clarifier yet..View attachment 143162
Don’t add clarifier! It “gums up” and can get in and clog your filter and cause an annoying situation. Just keep testing and keeping your water in balance with liquid chlorine/bleach and you won’t need it. I’ve never used clarifier and you can see all my SPARKLE above ^^^^ ?. You don’t need it either! :)
 
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Newdude

Well-known member
Jun 16, 2019
3,210
NY
@Texas Splash, being that this is your thread I understand you wouldn’t want to nominate it as a sticky for noobs because it would seem like you are biased. I am not biased however as neither a mod, or the creator of this thread.

whenever the frustrated new people want to question the TFP methods...... which we all get, we have all been there........ tell them to come read here and then come back and answer if they would like TFP help, or the pool store that made them search us out.

After all, pics are worth 1000 words.