Last week I discovered the Chlorine Liquidator, which will add chlorine to a pool without the need to spend a lot of money or get into complicated installation.
I have to say thanks to this forum because once I decided on the Liquidator, I read almost every post that I could find about it. I quickly learned that I may need the 3/8 upgrade and that the 8 gallon tank was a better investment. I was also thrilled to find that I could remove the skimmer plug and replace it with a barb fitting, which would eliminate the need to drill two holes in my pool plumbing.
Well, the kit arrived yesterday and I installed it today. I ordered the 4 gallon because I found it for $80 cheaper than the 8 gallon and I was thrilled to find it comes with 3/8 connections and hose. Apparently, HASA, the manufacturer has updated the system. Installation was straightforward, with zero issues. Nothing leaked and the system works as designed. Now, I am waiting to see how well, it will be able to maintain my chlorine level. Even if it allows me to go a few days without having to manually add chlorine, I will be happy. I am getting a little tired of lifting 2.5 gallon jugs.
So far I am very impressed with this system and I wanted to provide some current info since most of the information I read was a few years old.