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Thread: Cheap source for Calcium Chloride.. Right product?

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    Cheap source for Calcium Chloride.. Right product?

    This seems to be a pretty cheap source for Calcium Chloride..

    This is what I want, right?
    http://www.gemplers.com/product/CACL2/5 ... ide-Flakes

    $32, including shipping, for a 50lb bag of 77% flakes. I thought that was pretty good. Local pool store wants $75 for 50 lbs. Ridiculous.
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    Re: Cheap source for Calcium Chloride.. Right product?

    77% = calcium chloride dihydrate. Should be fine, just make sure you use the dihydrate box in the pool calculator.
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