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    Needed something to be a little more accurate in my additions of chemicals

    After using our kitchen wares for MA and Chlorine I decided to get something a little more suited to purpose - Amazon.com: Update International MEA-200PC Polycarbonate PC Dry Measuring Cup, 2-Quart: Kitchen Dining

    Lately my pool has been taking between 30-40 oz of Chlorine per day so I bought the 64 OZ max size.

    Its a Dry Measure but I do not think that will make a large difference in the volume of the MA or Chlorine.
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    Re: Needed something to be a little more accurate in my additions of chemicals

    I've got a very similar one in the gallon size... but I rarely use it. I've turned into a full-blown "eye-ball-it," "guess-timate," and "wing-it" measurer. My pool is almost twice your volume, so that's probably why... yeah... that's it! If I had a pitcher your size or a quart size I might use it for my spa... but I currently wing that too.

    Super accurate testing... from the hip dosing, I guess.
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