Depending on how long the SLAM goes you might run low on fas-dpd reagents.I appreciate everyone's advice here! I was gone for a few days and it seems the conversation blew up a bit, so I don't want people to think I wasn't taking their advice to heart.
The TF-100 should be fine right? I couldn't find the XL option anywhere I looked so I just opted for the regular TF-100. I think the previous owners had a similar test kit, which I found left under a bush in the pool area completely ruined lol
Thanks! Good to know I can get the refills on Prime.You can buy FAS-DPD refill reagents on Amazon too, so don't go buying a whole nother test kit!
No, you didn't cause discord, just an airing of something we relative noobs have noticed which needed to be addressed. I have to say responses to Introduce Yourself posts have been less abrupt since our discussion here, which is A Good Thing (c). So all is well in TFP land!
I know some of the info but not all, the first pool guy estimated my pool volume around 15-18000 gal. I'll get measurements tonight and get the exact model off the pump. Filter is a Hayward C1200 and it's a vinyl inground pool. Once I get all the info I'll add a signature!
Would those be beneficial when temps can get to the single digits in my area? It's basically winter here from late November/early December until mid or end of April.I use the 3" pucks in two floating chlorinators (centered via twine attached across the pool) while the pool is closed over the winter. It helps to keep some residual FC in the water while the pool is sitting for 6 months and also helps keep the PH down.