Metal, Stain And Scale Out - Too Much?
Posted 07 May 2011 - 11:02 AM
Thanks in advance for replies.
Posted 07 May 2011 - 03:20 PM
Also, they only offer test strips for water testing, which are basically useless!
Also, they do not offer tests for metals and, unless you have metals in your water, you have no need for a metal sequestrant.
Be aware that Pooltime just wants to sell you chemicals, as do the other Chemtura brands (including AquaChem, Guardex, Sun, Omni, and Bioguard, who's ALEX testing system is well known for overdosing pools and recmmending unneeded chemicals to maximize the dealer's profit margin and drain your wallet!)
Before we can give you any advice on your water we need a full set of test results form a pool store NOT done with strips but done with liquid or powder reagents from either Taylor or LaMotte.
Post them here and then get yourself a Taylor K-2006 test kit. It might seem pricey compared to a tube of strips but the amount of time and money it will save you in the long run make it the BEST investment in your pool that you can make.
Posted 07 May 2011 - 03:55 PM
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