What kind of chlorine do I use with high cyanuric acid?

Cyanuric acid (CYA) for pools is designed to stabilize chlorine so that the sun doesn’t burn it off so quickly. However, high CYA can impact the effectiveness of chlorine. In this video, we discuss what forms of chlorine to use if your CYA level is too high.

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