Essentially Both Brands Are Liquid Chlorine?

LGLDSR73

Active member
Jun 26, 2019
33
Boston
Greetings All,

I have been using Pool Essentials Liquid Chlorine (10% Sodium Hypochlorite, 90% "Other Ingredients") and recently came into a good supply of Blue Shield 'Pool Shock' (12.5% Sodium Hypochlorite, 87.5% "Other Ingredients"). Strength aside, any issues in converting over to the Blue Shield? Both are unstabilized.

What the "Other Ingredients" are is not stated and I cannot find an MSDS on either.

Thanks,

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mknauss

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May 3, 2014
26,813
Laughlin, NV
I doubt the Blue Shield has any copper. Never have heard of any liquid pool chlorine having copper.

Other ingredients is water.