A: NO. Add to floater the 3" tables and add chlorine to the pool water.
A: No this used for shock
A: Pros: Easy to add via return. Cons: Have to deal with 1-gal plastic containers. Must test water daily to know chlorine levels. I know they’re expensive these days but 3“ tabs are more economical I have found with my pool. Pool is outdoor in full Sun at 35k gallons. Especially when used with an inline feeder. You can dial in the feeder to provide the proper amount of chlorine to keep the pool at 2ppm which is the optimal amount. I use about +/- 75# of 3” tabs per year via an inline feeder. Late winter I’ll utilize the liquid chlorine but only when my 3” tabs run out.
A: I'm not sure. We use the liquid chlorine and put one or two tablets in the floater. Pool stays clean and balanced.
A: No, this replaces the shock you use weekly.
A: Yes. It is chlorine bleach, after all, and it's more concentrated than regular laundry bleach. If you get any on a plant (or yourself!), wash it off immediately with plenty of water.
A: Use one jug each week pour in after sundown
|Brand||Pool Essentials||Pool Time||Pool Mate|
|Name||Pool Chlorinating Liquid (4-Pack)||Chlorinating MAXBlue 5 lb. 3 in. Tablets||8 lb. Pool Concentrated Chlorinating Granules|
|Pool Chemical Type||Liquid Pool Shock||Chlorine Tablets||Chlorine,Granulated Pool Shock|
|Product Weight (lb.)||41.86 lb||5||8|
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