Natural Chemistry POOL WATER CONDITIONER 1 Gal - 07401

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Model # 07401

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Model # 07401

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Natural Chemistry Instant Water Conditioner 1 Gallon - Instant Chlorine Protection

Instant Pool Water Conditioner protects your chlorine from the light of the sun. With a highly concentrated liquid formula it is easy to apply and safe for use with all sanitizers and pool surfaces.

Features:

  • fast acting liquid
  • Pool friendly pH of 8.0
  • Will not damage pool surfaces or equipment

Dosage:

  • 1 gallon (3.79L) increases CYA level to 32ppm per 10,000 gallons (38,000L)
  • Dosages for fresh water start up (no cya present): Divide pool volume in gallons by 10,000 gallons to determine the number of gallons of Instant Pool Water Conditioner required

How to Apply:

  • SHAKE WELL
  • With circulation pump running pour Instant Pool Water Conditioner into pool skimmer slowly OR pour directly into pool water, while walking around perimeter of pool brush to speed absorption
  • Rinse container with pool water and shake
  • Pour remaining rinse solution into skimmer or pool

Maintenance:

  • Measure CYA level in pool using cyanuric acid test or have it tested by a professional dealer
  • If CYA level is less than 30ppm, calculate gallons of Instant Pool Water Conditioner needed using the following formula: (4oz/10,000 gallons= 1ppm increase of conditioner stabilizer level) Tips: Once entire contents of the bottle is used, add water to shake bottle- pour contents into skimmer

Benefits:

  • Dissolves instantly
  • Pool friendly pH
  • Protects chlorine immediately
  • Will not harm any equipment or pool surface



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Product Specifications

Size:
1 gal.
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?     Asked on 8/23/2017 by

will it bring down my high alkalinity
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A  Answered on 8/23/2017 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi. This product will not decrease the alkalinity level of your pool. 
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?     Asked on 6/1/2016 by amy newman

I live in the desert. Can I add conditioner in the middle of the day if its over 100 degrees? Or do I have to wait and do it at night? Thanks!
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A  Answered on 6/7/2016 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi Amy, You can add this product during the day, once you add it the pool will have circulate for 12-24 hrs.
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?     Asked on 12/20/2012 by Guest

What level should my cyanuric acid be?
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A  Answered on 12/20/2012 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

Cyanuric acid should be maintained anywhere between 30-50 ppm. If you have a salt system, you will need to check with the manufacturer for the recommended level.
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?     Asked on 12/19/2012 by Guest

My pool is constantly turning green. The pool company we use shocks the pool every time it turns green but there seems to be no permanent solution. What could possibly be wrong?
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A  Answered on 12/19/2012 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

Without knowing more about the swimming pool or the water chemistry, it will be difficult to trouble shoot. I would recommend having the pool water tested and make any necessary adjustments. The issue could be something as simple as low cyanuric acid to something more complex.
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?     Asked on 11/30/2012 by Guest

Is this conditioner any better than the granular conditioner?
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A  Answered on 11/30/2012 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

Yes, Instant Pool Water Conditioner is an easy to pour liquid that instantly protects chlorine from sunlight as soon as it is added to the pool water. Granular cyanuric acid is very acidic and it takes from 4 to 7 days to dissolve.
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?     Asked on 11/30/2012 by Guest

If I'm not getting a Cyanuric Acid reading with my test, does that mean there is no conditioner in the pool?
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A  Answered on 11/30/2012 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

Things such as temperature, pH, alkalinity and calcium can cause false readings. Your best gauge for determining whether you have sufficient Cyanuric Acid levels is whether or not your pool is holding proper chlorine levels.
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?     Asked on 11/30/2012 by Guest

I have trouble keeping my chlorine level where it belongs. The pH and alkalinity are good. Is there another chemical we can add to keep the chlorine level up?
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A  Answered on 11/30/2012 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

I would recommend checking the Cyanuric acid levels and adjusting if necessary. Cyanuric acid (conditioner) protects the chlorine from being burnt out by the sun.
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?     Asked on 10/18/2012 by Guest

I just installed a new salt system and everything seems fine however the system is producing a high amount of chlorine. Is this normal?
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A  Answered on 10/18/2012 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

Your new salt system should have a knob on the control panel that will allow you to adjust the amount of chlorine that your system produces. I would also recommend testing the water to ensure that the cyanuric acid level is within the manufacturer's recommended range.
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Difficulty

Est. Repair Time

Less than 1 hr

Tools Needed

None

cloudy water and losing our chlorine

Written on 6/23/2018 by Guest

had water tested and added 2 gallons of the stablizer

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Difficulty

Est. Repair Time

Less than 1 hr

Tools Needed

None

Low cya

Written on 6/5/2017 by lesis

Got best price for liquid cya conditioner from INYO Pools, + free shipping, and simply poured 1 gallon around the pool's circumference (per the directions). Tested water after 24 hours and
got a perfect reading. Great product because is dissolves really fast which permits adding phos free after 24 hours.

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