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I had one of my local plastering companies stop by my store today. He was asking some questions about something he heard recently about aggregate finishes. We've always followed the basic rule of bicarb and acid after replastering, followed by calcium a few weeks later. He heard that some plaster companies are starting with the hardness and doing bicarb later for aggregate finishes. I guess the idea behind it is to adjust the hardness to about 100ppm to limit the aggressiveness of the water. We live in an area where our source water is about 40ppm in hardness. First off, what's your take on this? Second, what is the main benefit of your bicarb setup by slowly adding it to the pool with the startup and not broadcasting it in later? Thanks, Jeff
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