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Thread: Slow Disolving Pucks

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    Spencer Ma

    Slow Disolving Pucks

    Hello all,
    This may have been asked before but here goes,,, Why don't they sell chlorine pucks that do not add CYA to your pool???
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    Re: Slow Disolving Pucks

    You might win the prize for being the 100,000th person to ask that question. Chlorine is a gas it has to be combined with something to make it a solid. So far those somethings are cya, calcium, lithium or salt and water (bleach).

    If you're feeling your sciency/inventor side kicking in you'll get rich if you figure out something better.
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