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Thread: Easy way to add Borates

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    cubgirl's Avatar
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    Wink Easy way to add Borates

    I wanted to add Borates to my pool but I didn't want to buy 17 boxes of Borax ($68.00) and 6 gallons of Muriatic Acid ($39.00).

    So, for $85.00 (delivered), I bought 55 lbs of granular Boric Acid from Duda Energy.

    You can buy varying quantities if you don't need 55 lbs. It was so very easy & now my pool is sparkley!!
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    Re: Easy way to add Borates

    Dudadiesel has long been a good source of boric acid for those who want to add borates to their pool. Thanks for sharing!
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