Swimming Pools in France

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Re: Stripping out liner!!

Joy of joys. All is well with the pool and the temp is now at 28ºC.

The chlor is still slightly high at 5.0, PH 7.2, TA at 114 and the cya acid is a bit low at 28, but now everything else is settled I will bring that up to 50ish..

The steps look and feel great too, well I think so Blink [blink]

I have to admit that I was surprised at the blue of the water with a white liner. We think that it looks better than the blue liner I stripped out though.


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Re: Stripping out liner!!

Nice one John, if you actually get in it the chlorine will drop.  Don't worry to much about TA level it's not a tiled pool.
Regarding the liner colour, around our way near a chateau you have to fit either a green liner (yeh right) or stone coloured so that it looks right from the air. That is if you overlook the blue roof they fitted to the new extension to the chateau and museum of pre history.  What colour will it be when it's full of water you sniveling civil servant?  I asked, friggin Blue I told him, a bit late with a million pools already in france but hey ho that's why we have civil servants. Smile [:)]

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