Chlorine Bleach

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actor503

Chlorine Bleach

Postby actor503 » Sun 29 Jul, 2007 16:16

Under what circumstances is chlorine bleach like Clorox, usable as a substitute for pool store purchased tablets?


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Postby Guest » Sun 29 Jul, 2007 20:17

Chlorine is chlorine is chlorine is chlorine. It does the same thing as chlorine.

The liquid is even better than the tablet because the tablet over time will raise the CYA level because of the stabilizer that is in the tablets/pucks.

There is no stabilizer in clorox PLUS it's cheaper.

Hope this answered your question.
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Re: Chlorine Bleach

Postby Backglass » Mon 30 Jul, 2007 09:55

actor503 wrote:Under what circumstances is chlorine bleach like Clorox, usable as a substitute for pool store purchased tablets?


As stated above, it's not a substitute. It's the same thing...just a liquid instead of a solid.

It's like saying "Under what circumstances is Amoco gasoline usable as a substitute for Shell gasoline"? :lol:

OK not exactly, but you get the point.
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