Natural Chemistry Instant Conditioner Liquid Pool Stabilizer
Natural Chemistry Instant Conditioner Liquid Pool Stabilizer is rated
Instant Pool Water Conditioner Dissolves, Works Immediately
Forget having to wait for your powder pool stabilizer to dissolve and start working, Natural Chemistry’s pool water liquid stabilizer and conditioner works immediately. Since this pool stabilizer isn’t an acid (it’s a salt), it will not have any negative effects on your pool’s pH levels.
Natural Chemistry’s pool water conditioner stabilizes the chlorine in your pool, effectively protecting it from sunlight that can degrade chlorine. In fact, your pool chlorine will last six to 10 times longer in pool water conditioned and stabilized with Natural Chemistry’s Instant Pool Water Conditioner.
Natural Chemistry’s Instant Pool Water Conditioner dissolves instantly so there is no delay in protecting your pool against pool chlorine UV loss. It is less harsh than acid-based pool stabilizers yet highly effective.
- Pool water liquid stabilizer and conditioner features a pool-friendly pH of about 8.0
- Easy to use; will not have problematic effect on your other pool chemicals
- Protects against pool chemical loss from harmful UV rays
- Effective in any water temperature
- This pool stabilizer will help pool chlorine last 6 to 10 times longer
- Will not damage your pool surface or circulation system
- Dosage: 1 gallon pool stabilizer for every 10,000 gallons of pool water (as needed)
- 1. Shake bottle well
- 2. With circulation pump running, pour Instant Pool Water Conditioner into your pool skimmer slowly OR pour conditioner directly into the pool water while walking around pool perimeter
- 3. Brush to speed absorption
- 4. Pour remaining rinse solution into skimmer or pool
- 5. 1 Gallon of pool water conditioner will increase your CYA reading 35ppm in 10,000 gallons of water
Rated 5 out of
I ABSOLUTELY Love this stuff!
I have owned a pool for 30 years and have never had an easier opening and summer than 2007. I put it in last fall before closing the pool and again upon opening. In the spring, I had the CLEAREST water ever in 30 years. Quickest opening I ever did.
My chlorine use was literally cut in half this year and I used ABSOLUTELY NO ALGAECIDE this year. My friends who did not use this had all kinds of algae problems this year. Me... NONE!!!
I will never be without it again. It is AMAZING stuff.
And I am a hard person to convince of something.
Try it. You will be GRATEFUL you did!
Date published: 2007-09-20
Rated 4 out of
No sludge here!
I just tried this product for the first time. I had read a few other comments saying the product was difficult to pour and left sludge in the containter. Those comments almost kept me from buying this product since convenience was the main point of buying the liquid stabilizer. I used one gallon this morning and it poured easily (about the consistency of a latex house paint). I added some pool water to the empty bottle and the bottle rinsed clean easily. No problems at all with dispensing.
I'll retest the water this evening after circulating for the day to see if I need to add more.
Date published: 2009-05-29
Rated 1 out of
Waste of money
Don't waste your money on this stuff. Added 2 gallons to my pool and it didn't bump the stabilizer readings at all. All other chemical tests are within normal range so nothing to keep this stuff from working. As bad as I hate to, I'm going back to the granualr cyanuric acid.
Date published: 2010-06-05
Rated 3 out of
Convenient but pricey
I needed to add some stabilizer to my AG pool to hold the chlorine levels after a rainy May had depleted the CYA. However, dry CYA takes a week or more to dissolve, and usually you have to buy many pounds of the stuff. I only needed a little. I thought I would give the liquid a try. The bottle I got was not as "gluey" as other reviewers have said. I shook it really, really good, poured a very fine stream in front of my return. Some still collected on the bottom, but a little brushing stirred it up and it dissolved. It took about a day for it to fully circulate in my pool and for my test levels to be dependable, but I did get my small controlled increase that I wanted. I wish the price was better though- convenience costs. I also had to add some dry acid to bring the pH down. The bottle says it has a "salt friendly" pH- which apparently is higher than the 7.5 neutral pH that I prefer.
Date published: 2009-07-17