These chlorine tablets will dissolve slowly for even distribution of sanitization, and these tablets are compatible with many different floating feeders. Treat your pool with chlorine tablets for an effective chlorination for the water.
When shopping for swimming pool chlorine, 1 inch chlorine tablets are recommended for several reasons. Not only do they dissolve slowly, but they're compatible with the majority of floating feeders. Still, each pool owner should carefully consider the size of their pool and the amount of use they get from the pool to determine how much chlorine for pools you'll need. Moreover, it is best to invest in a dispenser for your 1 inch chlorine tablets as dropping them directly into pool water can cause corrosion or bleaching of your pool and accessories. Dispensers and floating feeders ensure that your 1 inch chlorine tablets dissolve slowly and consistently. Regardless of how you administer the chlorine for swimming pools, it is an absolute necessity to treat your pool with chlorine and 1 inch chlorine tablets are one of the safest, most effective, and most consistent method for chlorinating your pool water. Guardex®, Bioguard®, Aquabrome®, Polysheen®, BurnOut®, Burnout 35®, Softswim®, Pool Magnet®, Chlorite®, Algae All 60 and MSA Algaecide are registered trademarks of BioLab, Inc. Pace® is a registered trademark of Arch Chemicals. In The Swim® is not affiliated with them and does not carry their products. The use of Sun®, Guardex®, Bioguard®, Pace®, and Leslie's® and their logos is for comparison purposes only.
– If chlorine seems ineffective make sure the dispensing source of the chlorine is getting proper water flow to dissolve the chlorine. For example making sure water level is correct in the pool, making sure the floater has proper ventilation, and that the automatic feeders dial is set correctly. If chlorine still seems to be ineffective check the stabilizer also known as cyanuric acid. The correct level for stabilizer is 30-60 ppm. If the stabilizer is too low the chlorine will be used up faster making it appear that the chlorine is not effective. If the stabilizer level is too high it will slow down the oxidizing process and render the chlorine less effective. This must be compensated for by using a higher concentration of chlorine in the pool water.
– If you believe the chlorine is defective/ineffective, you can test by scraping a small amount of tablet into a glass of tap water. (Do not use pool water.) Dissolve and test as usual.