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    CH

    I was wondering where to get calcium chloride to raise the CH without buying calcium hardness increaser from the pool supply. Thanks R.D.
    Roger Dean Helms

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    Re: CH

    I found some at Lowes last year.

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    Re: CH

    Calcium chloride is often sold as a deicer. One common brand is DowFlake.
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    Re: CH

    Tetra brand calcium chloride (from Tetra chemicals) is listed as suitable for pool and spa use on their website and is sold for deicing and construction. It comes n 50 lb bags and would be another brand to look for.

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    Re: CH

    I got mine at our local co-op. Don't know if you have one of those.

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