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October 25, 2014
Pool Water Testing Tool
Tired of making special trips to the pool store to get your water tested?
Let In The Swim do the work for you! Just follow these simple steps:
Use your test strips or 4-way test kit to determine the pH,
chlorine or bromine, acid demand and alkalinity in your pool.
**IMPORTANT NOTE FROM DR. POOL**
Be advised that there is a difference between
chlorine or bromine and total chlorine or bromine. Our test station is designed to read ONLY free chlorine levels! The "free" chlorine in your water is the true chlorine available to sanitize your water. "Total" chlorine is a combination of free chlorine and the "spent" chlorine molecules, or chloramines. Total chlorine readings have a tendency to give you a false reading, depending on how often you shock or oxidize your water.
Unfortunately, some test kits only read the total chlorine levels! If you have TEST STRIPS, you are fine. If you have a liquid drop test kit, check to make sure that it tests for "free" chlorine. If not, you can
order a 4-Way Test Kit
. Our 4-Way Test Kit will test for "free" and total chlorine, pH and alkalinity.
Enter the values of your water testing results in the fields below.
Answer the questions pertaining to your pool type and water condition below.
After you have answered all questions, click on "submit" to begin your water analysis.
Calcium Hardness (ppm)
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