So when opening the pool, I use bleach and chlorinating tabs - to keep the level of cyuranic acid in check.
This year, Walmart had Pool Essentials Chlorinating liquid... which they had for $2.50 a bottle (10%). Which is great where I live. Ace sell that same size
bottle for $4 , and I usually buy 8.25% bleach for $3 a bottle. But then my cyruanic acid went up faster than I expected. I reached where I wanted it to be
fast, so I suspected there was some in the Pool Essentials liquid.
I sent an email, which was no answered in two days, so I called. There person on the phone told me there was. So I took all the bottles
I bought back to Walmart, and bought bleach. Then a week later, I get an email telling me there is not cyuranic acid, but I bet they do- to help keep the sodium
hypochlorite stable at 10%.
I replied to the question asking why I get 2 different answers, how do they keep it stable, and can I have a copy of the MSDS.
I expect at least another week. or more, before I get an answer this time.
But in the meantime, I was wondering if anybody else in the forums knows?
If it does not, I have not clue how my cyuranic acid reached the level I keep it at so fast. And if anything on the high side. I'm just glad I caught it before it went over what I wanted.
Before using bleach, I'd be caught in a position of need to drain water...