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Thread: Poolife Active Cleaning Caplets

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    Jun 2014
    Allentown, NJ

    Poolife Active Cleaning Caplets

    I've been using liquid chlorine and the nice older lady at the pool store mentioned that I should consider using Poolife Active Cleaning Caplets. I mentioned that I had a problem with my CYA previously being high after years of using tabs. She says this product has no stablizer, here's what's on the MSDS......calcium hypochlorite 60-80%, sodium chloride 10-20%. calcium chlorate 0-5%, calcium chloride 0-5%, calcium hydroxide 0-6%, calcium carbonate 0-5%, water 4-8.5%. It's a little thing you put in the skimmer. This looks like chlorine, salt and water for the most part, is this a viable alternative to liquid chlorine?
    Above Ground Pool, 24' 13,500 Gallons, vinyl liner, Sand Filter, 1.5HP single speed pump, Natural Gas heater

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    Tucson, AZ

    Re: Poolife Active Cleaning Caplets

    It will raise your CH ... also I am willing to bet the bleach is still cheaper if you look at the $/ppm of FC.
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