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    ph 6.8 and cya = 0

    I have an above ground 15 x 30 oval that is 4' deep. I can't find what is called a stabilizer in walmart. I have added borax to hopefully raise the ph to at least 7.2. What can I use to raise the cya?


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    Sebring, Florida

    Re: ph 6.8 and cya = 0

    It is called stabilizer, CYA, conditioner, or Cyanuric Acid and is readily available at HD, Lowe's, WalMart or a Pool Store.
    Dave S.
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    Chapin, SC

    Re: ph 6.8 and cya = 0 That's what you want-- you may have to order it site to store. it says my salt pool, but it works just fine with bleach too.
    Pool size: 24000gal inground Vinyl-Taylor k-2006 and k-1766 test kits and-speed stir
    Intermatic P1353ME digital timer w/freeze sensor
    CircuPool Si-45 SWCG System
    Polaris 280 vacuum/Polaris PB4-60 boost pump
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    Odessa, TX

    Re: ph 6.8 and cya = 0

    This is the one they had @ my local Walmart.
    IG gunite/plaster pool/spa Started 1/17/14, Plastered 5/16/14
    Size: 12'-21'x39' free form, depth ranging from 4' to 7, attached 6 person spa with spillover.
    Equipment: Whisperflo 2hp pump, Pentair 30" sand filter, Pentair Mastertemp 400k BTU heater, 1hp Whisperflo for waterfalls, and a blower for spa floor

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