Frozen baquacil

Baquacil, SoftSwim, Revacil, Splashes, Poly Clear. Using these
non-chlorine products and converting from biguanides back to chlorine.

Frozen baquacil

Postby Guest » Mon 27 Apr, 2009 07:23

I left my baquacil in the shed over the winter. If it freezes, is it useless? Thanks


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