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    Easy way to stock up on bleach

    For my last few bleach runs I have used Walmart's online pickup. You order online and schedule a pickup time. Show up and they load the bleach for you. The great value 8.25% is only $2.94 for 121 oz bottle.

    If you haven't tried it here is a link to get started.
    Walmart Grocery - Online Grocery Pickup Delivery
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    Re: Easy way to stock up on bleach

    Nice find
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    Re: Easy way to stock up on bleach

    Walmart now carries liquid chlorine in the pool section 10% for $2.50 a gallon. I would check to see if your local Walmart carries it.
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    Re: Easy way to stock up on bleach

    I just looked at some of that 10% and the date code is already 3 months old. 2 endcaps worth.
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    Re: Easy way to stock up on bleach

    how long does bleach last? I didn't really look at the codes... hmmm. will double check. I have to go back to walmart tomorrow anyways
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    Re: Easy way to stock up on bleach

    I dragged myself into Walmart today to by some stabilizer and saw 10% liquid chlorine for 2.97 per gallon.
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    Re: Easy way to stock up on bleach

    I'm in the Phoenix Arizona area. I was in Walmart just yesterday. Yup. $2.50 per gallon. Works for me.
    So how does a person read the code to see when it was made???????
    Mesa Arizona. Old school 26,000 gallon in ground plaster pool with sand filter built in 1984.

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    Re: Easy way to stock up on bleach

    Quote Originally Posted by Mesamav View Post
    I'm in the Phoenix Arizona area. I was in Walmart just yesterday. Yup. $2.50 per gallon. Works for me.
    So how does a person read the code to see when it was made???????


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