Pristine Blue - shock

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Pristine Blue - shock

Postby Guest » Sat 18 Aug, 2007 14:11

Anyone use Pristine Blue? What is the best shock treatment to use with it?


Pristine Blue

Postby Linda73160 » Sun 19 Aug, 2007 18:44

A lithium based chlorine shock works the best. Calcium based will cloud the water. Pristine Blue also has a non chlorine shock. For best results alternate between the lithium and non chlorine shock. If you have water problems, use the chlorine shock.
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Postby chem geek » Sun 19 Aug, 2007 21:58

Read this link. If Pristine Blue is copper sulfate, then there are many copper systems and they all have pretty much the same advantages and disadvantages.

Lithium hypochlorite is the most expensive form of chlorine and is no better than Sodium hypochlorite found in bleach or chlorinating liquid. It's just a fast dissolving powder as opposed to a liquid. It even has the same salt content.

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