Phosphates on Radar

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Phosphates on Radar

Postby debt.disappear » Sun 19 Jan, 2020 13:34

Pool is balanced well, wind has been killing me. Whats best method or product to reduce phosphate levels? Im catching early. PH perfect, salt perfect chlorine a drop high, alkalinity in range. Thanks guys and gals


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Re: Phosphates on Radar

Postby Denniswiseman » Mon 20 Jan, 2020 06:01

Phosphates aren't generally a problem but they are food for algae, so if they are a bit onthe high side a phosphate remover would be OK
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Re: Phosphates on Radar

Postby debt.disappear » Mon 20 Jan, 2020 07:08

Any brand will do?

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