Where did you get that?I buy 6% gallons for $1.77 but see everyone buying higher percentages. Is it for convenience of higher concentration or am I missing something?
The higher concentration means less bleach needed to add to maintain FC levels. See the Pool math chart. If you had, for instance 12% concentration, your bleach added would be 1/2 the amount needed to maintain FC levels. So if the price of that 12% bleach was double the 6% price, it is costing you the same because you are adding 1/2 the amount. Did that make sense?I buy 6% gallons for $1.77 but see everyone buying higher percentages. Is it for convenience of higher concentration or am I missing something?
What brand was the 6% for $1.77? Do you have the Walmart DCPI number?Walmart
It was the walmart brand. Sorry I do not have that available but next time I go I can find that information for you.What brand was the 6% for $1.77? Do you have the Walmart DCPI number?
I understand that part. I just thought I was overlooking something because everyone was buying the higher percentage bleach but I think I just stumbled upon a decently priced bleach at 6%.The higher concentration means less bleach needed to add to maintain FC levels. See the Pool math chart. If you had, for instance 12% concentration, your bleach added would be 1/2 the amount needed to maintain FC levels. So if the price of that 12% bleach was double the 6% price, it is costing you the same because you are adding 1/2 the amount. Did that make sense?
Yes...you didIt was the walmart brand. Sorry I do not have that available but next time I go I can find that information for you.
I understand that part. I just thought I was overlooking something because everyone was buying the higher percentage bleach but I think I just stumbled upon a decently priced bleach at 6%.
Agreed. Will have to see if I can find that 6%. Should degrade slower too.If the Walmart bleach is 128oz 6% for $1.77, that's 0.23/oz, which is a great deal. The 128oz 10% is now 3.64, which is 0.284/oz.
This stuff is still $4.99 here. The date code today was 16211 which is less than two weeks old. They must really be moving the inventory.The local Fry's (aka Kroger elsewhere) has Kemtek 10% LC @ 2 gallons for $4.99 right now. Date code here was 16147. Not the newest, but it's stored indoors at room temperature.
Is the Menard's price advertised in their current flyer? My Menard's still lists it as $3.99/bottleMenards has a sale on their 12.5% for $2.50 a gallon.
Sorry I don't have their flyer. It is advertised under my city's zip code:Is the Menard's price advertised in their current flyer? My Menard's still lists it as $3.99/bottle