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    Default Stone tile calcium deposits problem

    How to clean stone tile off gunite pool thanks Dave
    13000 gallon fiberglass, variable speed pump, cartridge filter, chlorine sanitized ,k-2006, also daily 5 item check ( ch, ph,ta,)
    I only trust the k-2006 titration is better for me

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    Default Re: Stone tile calcium deposits problem

    I'm not sure why you are asking, Dan, given that your pool is fiberglass?

    (This is not the time of year, when we're eager to engage in 'what if' or 'how about that' sorts of discussions.)

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    I'm asking for my sister whom I am attempting to get her to this site for everything. Her pool is a 60000 gallon gunite pool yes 60000 gallons. Pool is about 5 years old. Thanks Pooldoc she neede any help she can get on the subject
    13000 gallon fiberglass, variable speed pump, cartridge filter, chlorine sanitized ,k-2006, also daily 5 item check ( ch, ph,ta,)
    I only trust the k-2006 titration is better for me

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    Nope. We don't do that.

    It's not quite clear why, but after nearly 15 years of having this forum, I can tell you 3rd party support almost never works, but almost always ends up taking up huge amounts of time and space. It's hard enough to communicate effectively with the pool OWNER via these posts; it's nearly impossible when you put someone in between us and the pool owner.

    We have limited resources here, and especially during May, June & July, we can't help everyone who needs help. It's not fair to those who are asking for themselves, if we use up time trying to help those who don't ask for themselves.

    If she needs help, SHE needs to register and ask.

    Thanks for understanding.

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