CYA in a Filter Bag

Wobblerlorri

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I couldn't find my sock or panty hose I've used for CYA in the past, so I measured the CYA into a vacuum filter bag and hung that in the pool. After about 2 hours I went to check on it and squeeze the bag.

To my surprise the CYA was fully saturated and I was able to squeeze it all out in about 5 minutes. It was cloudy white and dispersed quickly into the pool water. No lumps or granules in the bottom.

Did the CYA get dissolved well enough? Is this a new discovery? I tested my CYA and it's rock steady at 40 ppm. Should we incorporate this into our instructions?
 

mknauss

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May 3, 2014
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Laughlin, NV
There are many ways to dissolve the CYA. Most people have old socks. Few have filter bags. But sounds like it works well!
 

Newdude

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Jun 16, 2019
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NY
I have 2 girls and a Mrs but I wasn’t going to hear it that I used the wrong pair of stockings when somebody changed their mind after the fact so I used long sleeve T-shirt arms again. I needed 15 lbs so it would have been a bunch of socks.
 
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IceShadow

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Jun 8, 2019
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Old laundry bag that used to be for my wife’s bras for me (zipper is busted but I tie it off anyway to hang it from a pole in the return). :)
 

markayash

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Mar 21, 2016
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Atlanta Ga
I have hair nets in my skimmers and added it that way. Just have to be careful and not add a lot at once but it held up well and kept the stabilizer from getting through
Should add I run my pump 24/7 and only pull in from the skimmers
 
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