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Having Trouble Keeping Chlorine In Your Pool?

There are several reasons why pools tend to burn through chlorine and fortunately, most are easy to identify

and correct.  First, cyanuric acid (stabilizer) holds chlorine in the water.  It’s easy to add, inexpensive, and it stays in the water well once added.  Secondly, keep you pH in check.  A low pH (acid condition) oxidizes chlorine much quicker than pH that is in proper parameters.  In other words, if your pH and stabilizer levels are off, plan on using up to three
times as much chlorine as needed.  For further
help go to our website: www.eastgatepools.com/chem/eastchem.htm.




Written by Eastgate Team