We get a comment occasionally about missing grout, and many times customers are unsure if their technician forgot to put it in while installing their tile. Generally, what they are experiencing is disappearing grout. This is caused by an imbalance in chemicals which leads to your pool pulling the nutrients from the grout as a…

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When it comes to purchasing pool water chemistry testing kits, it is vitally important that you get a kit that will test for the full range of chemical levels and contaminants. Over the years I have found that far too many pool owners opt for cheap “duo” kits that only test for pH and chlorine That’s…

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Fibre Tech pH Control pH, which is the measure of acidity or alkalinity of the water, is determined by your test kit. A proper pH reading is 7.2-7.6. Ideally, your pool should be maintained at the lower level of 7.2. Problem Solution After testing the water, if the pH is too high (above 7.6): Chlorine…

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