Chlorine Sticks 100 lbs - NC1882

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Model # NC1882

By Blue Wave


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Model # NC1882

Product Description

BLUE WAVE CHLORINE
Blue Wave's premium stabilized chlorine features U.V. protection to shield it from the sun, and is manufactured using only the highest quality, EPA-approved chlorine. Blue Wave oversees a strict quality-controlled tabletting process, which guarantees the optimum hardness of each tablet. This keeps tablets from dissolving too rapidly and ensures proper chlorine dosages 24 hours a day. You will find that Blue Wave chlorine dissolves completely with no residue. It's the best you can buy! Compare Blue Wave chlorine to brands like Pace, Sun, Guardex, Leslie, E-Z Chlor, BioGuard.

STICKS
COMPARE TO BIOGUARD, SUN, GUARDEX, AND PACE.
Powerful 90% Available Chlorine! These extra-large 8 oz. sticks are very slow dissolving, requiring less maintenance. Each stick measures approximately 2-1/4" x 2" diameter. Use in your floater, automatic chlorinator, or skimmer basket. 99% Trichloro-S-Triazinetrione.

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Product Specifications

Weight:
100 lbs.
Price / lb.:
2.99 $/lb.
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?     Asked on 7/8/2012 by Guest

How do I break chlorine lock?

A     Answered on 7/8/2012 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

One of the main reasons that chlorine can become "locked" is that too much stabilizer has accumulated over the course of time. Stabilizer (cyanuric acid) can build up over a long period of time, sometimes months or even years. Once the stabilizer reaches high levels, the chlorine in the water is useless. The only way to break the lock is to reduce the level of cyanuric acid in the pool. The quickest way to do this is to add fresh water to the pool. This will help dilute the acid levels in the pool so that the chlorine will become more effective. Pools should be partially drained and refilled (every 3 years or so).

?     Asked on 7/29/2006 by Guest

Following chemical treatment, how long do I have to wait before I use my pool?

A     Answered on 7/29/2006 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

With the exception of superchlorinating (which requires waiting until the chlorine level drops to recommended levels), you can generally use your pool when the chemical is dispersed throughout the pool. Fifteen minutes to one hour is a good rule of thumb.