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    Calcium hardness increaser

    So my Ch levels are at 0 and i need about 50 llbs to get it back up to where i need it to be but im looking for a cheaper alternative i found 100% calcium chloride flake at home depot could i use this?

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    Re: Calcium hardness increaser

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    Re: Calcium hardness increaser

    Welcome to TFP!

    That will probably work, but I need to ask, what kind of pool do you have? Vinyl, plaster, fiberglass? It is also very rare to have zero CH, which test gave you that number?
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