|Brand||Pool Time||Pool Time||Pool Time||Morton Salt|
|Name||5 lbs. pH Down Balancer||16 lb. Total Alkalinity Increaser||Chlorine Stabilizer 5 lbs. Balancer||40 lbs. Professional's Choice Pool Salt|
|Pool Chemical Type||Dry Acid||Alkalinity Booster||Chlorine Stabilizer||Pool Salt|
|View Product||View Product||View Product||View Product|
Iodine is added to salt intended for human consumption. This salt is for salt-water pools.
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Took less than an hour for 5 bags to dissolve. Whatever fell to the bottom I swept with a pool broom and its mostly gone the filter will do the rest
If you have a chlorinator it will convert the salt into chlorine, which disinfects your pool. If you don't have a chlorinator, adding salt won't work.
Not sure this is the first time I have used this brand, but the last generic I used last did not have it and it was solid as a rock after a season. This really is a great product and almost completely dissolved before it hit the bottom of the pool.
Yes! Bags are 40lb each so 3 bags is 120lbs. You'll use 2 bags + ~1/3rd of the 3rd bag initially and have some leftover for later use.
It's just salt from what I understand. it is a bit finer than most pool salts. That is why is supposedly dissolves so quickly.
Morton Professional's Choice Pool Salt is intended to be used in pools with a salt water chlorinator. We are unable to recommend use outside of its' intended purpose.
What??? Are you serious? No.
I have a pool with 3000 to 3500 ppm. No, it doesn't taste like the ocean. It tastes less salty. Less salty than your tears, probably.