HDX liquid chlorine (with 10% sodium hypochlorite) deteriorates with time, as does all liquid bleach (chlorine). It is a primarily a function of the the storage temperature. You can find data on the internet by searching "shelf life of liquid chlorine". One of those sites indicates the half-life (time it takes to reduce the sodium hypochlorite to one-half its original value) for 10 % sodium hypochlorite as 115 days at 90 degrees F, 164 days at 85 degrees, 241 days at 80 degrees, and 357 days at 75 degrees.
They come in a 2 pack.
Home Depot makes more money if they’re sold individually. After all, it’s a business.
Yes. It is perfectly compatible for chlorinating any pool or hot tub. It is 10% sodium hypochlorite so you must test to make sure you do not exceed the recommended parts per million (ppm) for your hot tub based on its size.
There is a date code on the side, usually a 2 digit year followed by a julian date. So if it's 20 001 that would be manufactured on January 1st 2020
No. This pool chlorinating liquid does not include a stabilizer.
This chlorinator contains exactly the same chemical as all pool chlorinators. You do have test regularly and make sure you do not exceed the recommended parts per million (about 2 to 5) and it will be safe for your children and your pets.
They changed into two packs… Abracadabra!
Based on HD’s answer they are basically saying that they are taking advantage of Vovid to charge you as much for a 2-pack as they used to sell a 3-pack. Can you say gouging?
Unstablized. Need to add a small amount every day in the summer.