Something out of this world just sent to my email by PB

Apr 15, 2016
1,683
Central Florida
#4
$50 a gallon phosphate remover weekly pool treatment that addresses stains and something else too. So basically nothing that anyone with a TFP should ever use as far as I understand it.
 

JamesW

TFP Expert
Mar 2, 2011
13,047
#5
It's aluminium sulfate.

It acts as a clarifier and can remove phosphate.

Really no need for such products.
 

JoyfulNoise

TFP Expert
Platinum Supporter
May 23, 2015
14,653
Tucson, AZ
#6
Flocin' floc! :rant:

(Hehehehehe)

Stuff only works if you first raise your pH and you have the ability to vacuum to waste. If not, it will cause a huge mess in your filter. Oh, and it loads your water up with sulfates...not good if you have an SWG.

But don't expect to see any of that info in their fancy video.



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Sammy2

Well-known member
Aug 30, 2016
378
Riverside, CA
#7
I'm of the opinion that the least amount of chemicals is the best amount of chemicals. My dad and I kept our pool pristine back in the 60's and 70's with a simple test kit for TC combined with bottles of chlorine and a little bit of Muriatic Acid. We cleaned the DE filters on a regular basis and never needed a shock treatment once.

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