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    Chemical storage

    How is everyone storing their liquid chlorine and other pool liquids? I have a resin pool chemical shed outside away from direct sunlight, but Dallas does reach temps of 100 and as low as freezing temperatures.

    I had a bottle of bleach implode in my garage storage cabinet, so I need a new storage strategy.

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    Re: Chemical storage

    Bleach can be stored in a cool/dry place like your laundry room. Most other items (baking soda, etc) are fine indoors as well. It's the muriatic acid you want completely separated from other items. It is highly corrosive as well, so storing in a pre-fab plastic/composite-type storage container/shed is fine. The heat won't bother the acid.
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