Phosphate remover suggestions.

Sdonaldson327

Bronze Supporter
Aug 4, 2017
21
Knoxville
Hello all,

I just refilled my pool after having it resurfaced in aquabrite.

I also us a swg, so the pool company recommended that I use a sequesterant when adding the 880 pounds of salt necessary to get my pool to 3500ppm to negate any of the impurities in the salt.

As such, I used Jack’s magenta. Now I have a phosphate count over 1600.

Normally, I don’t sweat the phosphate level because it’s been under 400 for the last two years. But at this level, I feel that I need to reduce the level.

I would like to know if anyone has a recommendation for a good phosphate remover? I’ve seen PhosFree extra strength mentioned around on the net, but was looking to see if people have had positive experiences with this product, especially at this price point.

Thanks
 

PoolguyinCT

In The Industry
Jul 21, 2014
3,083
Connecticut
Seaklear & nat chemistry are the same company.
All things considered, soon for salt? And price point should not be an issue considering the recent scope performed.
 

Spookie

Silver Supporter
Dec 20, 2014
38
Highland, CA
I’ve used Phosfree in my previous pool (3 years ago) with my DE filter. It worked as advertised without any issues. I think I found the best price on Amazon.