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Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by C-THROUGH, May 13, 2014.

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  1. C-THROUGH

    C-THROUGH Active Member
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    I am new to wfp, not long had a back pack.
    My tds meter reading is 0.03.
    Is this ok.
    What should it be before I change resin?
    Thanks!
     
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  2. Tuffers

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    003 is ok. Mine crept up to 007, so I changed it last night. Keep your eye on it though as it creeps up quite quickly when it starts to go off.
     
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    Thank you tuffers for the reply
     
  4. windowsurfer

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    Hi cthrough. My tds just crept up to 001 in one of my 25ltrbarrels yesterday, gave my di bottle a shake then got a readin 000 for 1 barrel n has gone back up to 001. I find if you turn the water pressure down you can get some more pure water for a bit. A friend of mine who has window cleaned for years said to keep it at 000 n dont mess about with it however,from readin in forums it seems u can get away with a small margin. Could try it on own your own windows n see what u can get away with? I felt guilty using 001, but thats just me.

    Same friend said to open di bottle n take out the slush lookin stuff then top it up with new. When i tried this it just looked like resin, so i emptied half out n refilled n got another 3 months out of it. I only use about 75ltrs for 16 days a month roughly.

    Will hav to try this again now.

    Mind check youtube for any tips.

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