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    Leslie's Fresh & Clear

    Hi, I was wondering if anyone knows the aftereffects of Leslie's Fresh & Clear. For example, using calc hypo increases the calcium level in the water. The active ingredients are 36% potassium peroxymonosulfate. Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Leslie's Fresh & Clear

    It's not really useful in outdoor pools. It may show up as CC's on your tests, after using it.

    Plus, it's way more expensive than bleach, so not sure why it would hold appeal....
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    Re: Leslie's Fresh & Clear

    Don't buy into the marketing hype. Just use liquid chlorine, aka, bleach and save your money!
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