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    Just wanted to alert everyone of a relatively cheap way to buy floc if you are willing to spend 100 at a time.
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    Its 4 gallons of floc. Works well for me. They carry other chems as well, like:
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    Re: Flocculant

    We don't endorse using Floc treatments on TFP.
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    Re: Flocculant

    As Lisa said, we don't endorse using floc. Besides they label it as clarifier but promote it as flocculent. Those are differently acting substances.

    And why anyone would need 4 gallons of flocculent is beyond me. If your pool is in that bad a shape you're doing a lot of things wrong.
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    Re: Flocculant

    If it isn't on this list then it isn't in my pool.
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    Re: Flocculant

    besides, if that "floc" is what I think it is, we use the same type of chem in our plant water treatment system at work. We pay about $100/55 gal drum
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