Infrequent poster here since almost every question has been asked in the past. That's what a search function is for, so thanks to all of the Mod's and answer guys.
I need to raise my CH from 150 to 250 in my 30k inground plaster pool. CH dropped likely due to water turnover during the winter. Anyway, looking for a substitute, I grabbed a bag of Vaporizer Ice Melt from my local Auto Parts store ($9 for a 40lb bag - score).
The MSDS has the following:
Is it safe to use this stuff in my pool? I suspect that it is a mix of Calcium and salt. Funny thing is yesterday I added 550lb of salt getting ready to start my SWG. Salt level was 3500 this morning so it appears I have a little room to play. Pool math indicates I need 25lbs to get to the 250 level.
If not well I have a start on next years salt supply for the driveway.