Do HTHÂ® 3-in-1 Chlorinating Skimmer Tablets have stabilizer in them? I noticed they contain Cal-Hypo but can't see anywhere on the bucket that they contain CYA or "stabilized". I saw the word "softeners", but not "stabilized". Their website sucks for "in depth" chemical information. A MSDS sheet here:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfIma ... cd99db.pdf
doesn't list CYA as an ingredient.
My question is, is this a new product that is stabilizer free that we could use with BBB? If so, I guess cost and Calcium addition for concrete pool owners would be the only downfall. Just thinking here, thanks for any and all replies!
LOL!! After further, actually less "in depth" (A TFP side effect of wanting to be well informed) review of HTH website, it says that this product, or the granules DOES NOT contain stabilizer. So my question stands and can someone throw out some pros and cons besides cost. I wouldn't mind shelling out the cash to use something like this while on vacation to "get me through".