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What does it mean when my chlorine sample turns pink and then clear?

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This is a sample question that you can ask in this forum. To answer the question, most people think that there is not any chlorine in the pool, but it's quite the opposite. If you have a sample turn pink when you put the drops in, and THEN it turns clear, then that means that there is a lot of chlorine in that sample and it's bleaching out. 

You can verify this by doing a dilution test (half fresh water/half pool water) and see if you get a chlorine reading then. If you do, multiply by two and that's your real chlorine reading. Different test kits bleach out at different readings. I hope this helps! 

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