In the Swim Granular Lithium Pool Shock
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In the Swim Granular Lithium Pool Shock Works Fast, Highly Effective
Granular pool shock from in the swim provides exceptional chlorination while eliminating bacteria and algae exceptionally fast. This special pool shock dissolves almost immediately – even before it reaches your pool’s floor – and it doesn’t cause cloudy water or leave residue on any pool surface.
In the Swim granular lithium pool shock is make of lithium hypochlorite which acts and dissolves faster than granular calcium hypochlorite found in most pool shock. This leads to highly efficient removal of microorganisms like bacteria and algae for a beautifully clear swimming pool. Granular lithium pool shock will not affect your pool’s calcium hardness either.
- Use In the Swim granular lithium pool shock every week to maintain perfectly clear and safe swimming pool water
- Dissolves faster than granular calcium hypochlorite; won’t leave a residue or stain vinyl liners
- Lithium pool shock is ideal for hot days and heavy bather loads
- Dosage is 1 lb. per 6,000 gallons of pool water
- Available in different quantities
Rated 5 out of
Keeps me from hiring poolman
I am a 57 year olf female and I got tired of the 2 1/2 gallon chlorine shock bottles from the pool store. This is a great source of unstablized chlorine. I use 2 bags to shock my 18 x 36 liner pool once per week and when my stablizer reading starts getting high from the 3 inch stablized chlorine tablets I put in my feeder then I use this as a source of unstablized chlorine and cut back on the tablets. The cost is a little high but the altermate is dumping a lot of water from the pool to reduce stailizer level. I never close my pool.
Date published: 2009-07-11
Rated 5 out of
I purchased this product after reading all of the other reviews. I'm glad I made the decision to purchase the Lithium Pool Shock. This is the first year my husband and I have owned a pool and we've spent a great deal of money on chemicals to clear up our cloudy pool. This product cleared up our pool within 2 hours. You will spend less money overall if you start out with this product first. No cloudy residue; dissolves quickly; fast acting;
Date published: 2015-06-29
Rated 5 out of
Satified customer for 20 years !!
We have been very satified IN THE SWIM customers for 20 years, yes 20 years. We buy all our pool chemicals through your company. The Lithium Pool Shock is ESPECIALLY AWESOME as it dissolves very quickly, does not leave any residue and is vinyl liner friendly. I have & will continue to recommend all IN THE SWIM PRODUCTS to any & all that ask just where we shop for our pool chemicals as IN THE SWIM products keep our pool sparkling clear.
Date published: 2009-07-12
Rated 5 out of
As a "Super Shock" user for 9 years, I must admit I had no idea anything could be better...but this is it. I hesitated on the price at first but gave it a whirl based on other reviews.It will end up costing much less because I use half compared to the shock.
In the nine years I've own the pool I have never seen water so clear..mirror finish!
I'm hooked! Algae after rain on a hot day was normal...no more...perfect!
Date published: 2014-07-21
Technical Specifications:Completely soluble premium granular chlorine produces excellent chlorination. 35% Available Chlorine 29% Lithium hypochlorite. Our non-stabilized formula is ideal for shocking. If using as a weekly shock you will use 1 Lb per 10,000 gallons. For best results,broadcast directly in pool. Use a brush for any settled particles.
What is In The Swim Lithium shock comparable to?
– In The Swim Lithium shock is comparable to Burn Out 35, Fast Shock and Super Chlorinator 35.
What is the chemical make up of In The Swim Lithium shock?
– In The Swim Lithium shock is 35% available chlorine, and 29% lithium hypochlorite.
How much Lithium shock do I use a week?
– Using Lithium shock as a weekly maintenance shock you will use 1 Lb. per 10,000 gallons.
How do I dispense my Lithium shock?
– In The Swim recommends broadcasting directly in the pool and brushing away any settled particles.
How long do I have to wait to swim after I use Lithium shock?
– You should wait 6 hours to swim after using Lithium shock.