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    I hope I found something to help us all

    Came across a bulk supplier for sodium carbonate and bicarbonate.
    Has anyone used them?

    Sodium Carbonate Supplier | Soda Ash Direct, Denver, CO

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    Re: I hope I found something to help us all

    No one should need that much of either of those to warrant purchasing in bulk

    I suppose it might help someone though whose pool is WAY out of balance.
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    Re: I hope I found something to help us all

    The prices are fine if you need 300 lbs or more, though I don't see anything about shipping costs and that could be the deal breaker. Though most members here are just managing their own pools so 300 lbs of anything is a bit excessive. Also since most TFP members don't use acidic forms of chlorine it is rare to need much TA or pH increaser on hand. Muriatic acid on the other hand...
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