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Thread: Natural Chemistry brand chemicals. Liquid Stabilizer

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    Natural Chemistry brand chemicals. Liquid Stabilizer

    I saw in a mailed pool store catalog a gallon on Natural Chemistry brand Liquid Stabilizer. They compare it with the granular CYA, but it is "not an acid, it's a salt" and "has a pool friendly pH of 8.0". Those are quotes from the catalog. I searched for a MSDS it, but couldn't locate one. They do not list the ingredients of the product.
    I'm just curious if it would be worth the 24 bucks. I have a really difficult time using my granular CYA, It seems like that stuff never wants to dissolve, even after a week. I've even used a drywall mud mixer with about 4gallons of water trying to dissolve that stuff.
    Intek 15' diameter X 4'deep 4,800 gallon AG beginner pool, updated with a Hayward sand filter, 60GPM pump. TF-50 Test Kit. Upgraded to TK-100

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    Re: Natural Chemistry brand chemicals. Liquid Stabilizer

    Sorry for the repost. I guess I should have used the search first. Found my answer. You guys have already covered everything.
    Intek 15' diameter X 4'deep 4,800 gallon AG beginner pool, updated with a Hayward sand filter, 60GPM pump. TF-50 Test Kit. Upgraded to TK-100

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