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    Pool Stabilizer / Conditioner

      Pool Stabilizer / Conditioner is rated 4.3889 out of 5 by 18.
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    Pool stabilizer or pool conditioner allows you to get the very most out of your chlorine sanitizers. Ultraviolet radiation from the sun breaks down chlorine molecules, decreasing the effectiveness of your chlorine-based swimming pool sanitizers. However, pool stabilizer contains cyanuric acid or s-triazintrione, which combines with the chlorine in your swimming pool, making the chlorine less likely to react to sunlight. As a result, your chlorine will last longer so you can use less.
    • Dosage: Use 1 pound per 3,000 gallons for 40ppm stabilizer, 1 pound per 4000 gallons for 30 ppm stabilizer.
    • Available in different quantities.
    • 100% Cyanuric Acid.
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      • Item: # Y7500 5 lb. Bag $29.99
      • Item: # Y7510 10 lb. Bag $39.99
      • Item: # Y7520 25 lb. Pail $94.99
      • Item: # Y7530 45 lb. Pail $139.99
      • Item: # Y7540 90 lb. $264.99
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      This easy to use, odorless stabilizer puts the levels right where it should be and will maintain that level. Makes more effective use of the chlorine pool sanitizers. When you need to use less chlorine sanitizer, you will naturally save money on chemical costs. Moreover, our pool conditioner/stabilizer is available at competitive prices so you will be receiving a high quality product for great value.

        Allows you to make more efficient use of your chlorine pool sanitizers.
      • Allows you to use less chlorine.
      • Pool stabilizer/conditioner slows the breakdown of active chlorine.
      • Helps to maintain a continuous chlorine residual in your swimming pool.
      • Swimming pool stabilizer levels should be maintained at 30ppm-50ppm.
      • A great product for swimming pool maintenance.
      • For outdoor swimming pools.
      • Reduces chlorine loss caused by the sun's ultraviolet rays.
      • Adding stabilizer in the spring greatly increases chlorine effectiveness and can actually cut chlorine consumption by up to 25% a year.

      Rated 5 out of 5 by from Disolving product Cyanuric acid is a white powder or granular product which is usually added to the pool water through the skimmer. Backwash the pool filter first, then remove the pump basket and restart the system on "filter" and add Cyanuric acid slowly to the skimmer closest to the pump. Stabilizer dissolves very slowly so we add it to the skimmer to allow the product to reach the pool filter where it can dissolve slowly over time. Do not backwash the pool filter for a few days after adding stabilizer. It needs this time to dissolve. Cyanuric acid has a low pH. Adjust the pH level of the pool water to 7.5 - 7.8 once the stabilizer has fully dissolved or after a couple of days.
      Date published: 2009-06-26
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from Use an old Gym Sock. CYA is essential to a balanced pool...think of it as "Chlorine Sunscreen". Sunlight degrades chlorine fast and if you have no CYA, you can be back at zero free chlorine on a sunny day in hours. As others have mentioned, it is very slow to dissolve. It WILL dissolve, it just takes awhile. The worst thing you can do is just dump it into your skimmer, as it will just sit in your filter and even raise your filter pressure. Then when you backwash, you wash out all the CYA with it. The best method I have found is to pour the amount you need into an old gym sock & knot the top. I then take some string and tie the sock in front of the filter return jet flow. Thanks to the constant water agitation the sock will be empty in a matter of days without granules all over your pool bottom.
      Date published: 2010-05-25
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use I was advised several years ago to place the dry acid in a stocking (I split 8 lbs 4 ways) and hang into the pool very early after opening. Takes about two weeks for the solid to dissolve but the results are great.
      Date published: 2009-02-28
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from just as good i ordered the 25lb bucket of stabilizer, have used it all year and ends up being just as effective as the product sold locally at 2.5 times the cost per pound. i will be ordering another bucket this winter for the startup next spring
      Date published: 2007-08-04
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