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    • Designed to guard against bacteria, algae, and other organisms for pools
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Ace has liquid chlorine for $3 with Ave rewards card. With chlorine being hard to come by due to the shortage this seems like a good deal to me

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wrong.

Most tabs are stabilizing using Cyanuric acid, which you need a little of. But over time it builds up and reduces the effectivity of chlorine.

And the only way to remove the acid is to drain the pool.

at 10%, a gallon of this contains about 1.2lbs of chlorine.

local store when it had stock was listing its sale price for tabs at $3 per lb. but those tabs are 90% chlorine.

IE local pool stores sale price for tablets = 3.33 per lb of chlorine
ACE = ~2.5 per lb of chlorine
You don't know me. You don't know how I like my salt.
Probably has nothing to do with a pandemic and hoarding of sanitizing materials using trichhlor, or that the largest trichhlor manufacturing plant in the country, which produces about 35-40% of domestic supply, was destroyed last year by Hurricane Laura.

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Pretty good price. Ocean State Job Lot has 12.5% chlorine for $14/case of 4 everyday, so pretty comparable. Seems the tablets are the only price that is jacked right now.
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It's a great deal in California. HD is $9.00 for 2 gallons
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This is sodium hypochlorite 10%.

I think the shortage is for the chlorine tabs. Seems that there are plently of liquid chlorine everywhere.
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Thanks op. In for 4
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This is sodium hypochlorite 10%.

I think the shortage is for the chlorine tabs. Seems that there are plently of liquid chlorine everywhere.

Will this kill weeds in a flower bed??


granny has given me the go ahead and i'm looking for a cheap and total kill zone for years. The weather/sun will be hot (80F) in my area, this week
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Will this kill weeds in a flower bed??


granny has given me the go ahead and i'm looking for a cheap and total kill zone for years. The weather/sun will be hot (80F) in my area, this week
Use salt. Cheaper and effective.
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Quote from Kouskous44 :
Use salt. Cheaper and effective.

big bags of winterize salt for the road or sidewalk or table salt? the bed is nothing but 8 inches of weeds. 25 feet x 3 feet
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big bags of winterize salt for the road or sidewalk or table salt? the bed is nothing but 8 inches of weeds. 25 feet x 3 feet
Whatever is cheaper. Youre not going to eat it.
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So I purchased like 33 gallons of the stuff and did the SD extension thingie for 2.5% back, but I dont see anything on the tracker. Says to wait 2 days to show?

Edit: NM, just saw the fine line on main Op thread above about 2 weeks. NP.

Oh, forgot, no need for an Ace reward card, its $2.99 for everyone. Sale item.
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big bags of winterize salt for the road or sidewalk or table salt? the bed is nothing but 8 inches of weeds. 25 feet x 3 feet
I had a graveled section next to my raised beds in the corner where no one can see that kept getting weeds. I pulled what I could, weed whacked it low and laid AstroTurf over it. It's worked out pretty good, 90% less weeds and I didn't salt the earth in case I want to plant grass eventually.
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Whatever is cheaper. Youre not going to eat it.
You don't know me. You don't know how I like my salt.
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4 gallon max order..
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