I just tested all my chemicals in my pool water which is sanitized with liquid chlorine (no pucks or salt generator). Everything looked good, well Ph needed adjustment which is a regular thing since I add chlorine daily via a feeder. I tested for salt levels which was about 2250 ppm but I can't seem to find out what the level should be to compare with. I know pools with a salt chlorine generator have much higher limits when it comes to salt levels compared to a regular liquid chlorine pool but I can't find that info. Also does borate really work to stabilize PH I don't have any dogs now so wondered if I should add it to the water. I take pride in the minimal chemicals in my pool. Currently I use HASA Chlorine 12%, dry acid and a Descale additive one a month to keep calcium from causing problems and it keeps my tiles clean too. I use a HASA feeder and I find a lot of the salt in the chlorine falls out of solution and drops to the bottom of the tank instead of entering the pool which I wash out twice a year but I need to know what the upper limits are before I need to do a partial drain?