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poolcareguy.com/pool-stabilizer

If you have an outdoor pool, there's not much getting around the need for a pool stabilizer to protect your pool from chlorine loss. If you don’t use CYA, your pool’s chlorine will be almost completely gone in a couple of hours and your pool will be at risk for algae and bacteria that you just don’t want on your family.

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Ken talks about what stabilizer is, the importance of adding stabilizer to your swimming pool, the chlorinator, erosion feeder & adjustment of the flow. . He instructs on the difference between ...

www.swimuniversity.com/pool-stabilizer

Dilution (whether from rain or top-off) will also lower stabilizer concentration in your pool. When you use stabilized chlorine in your pool every week, you’re adding a touch of stabilizer every time you add chlorine. You really won’t need more than that throughout the year to keep pool stabilizer at the appropriate concentration.

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If you maintain the pH and stabilizer levels recommended, you do NOT have to wait for chlorine levels to drop. Of course, it is desirable to shock after you finish using the pool in the evening.

www.intheswim.com/p/pool-stabilizer-conditioner

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 ...

www.troublefreepool.com/threads/adding-stabilizer-to-pool...

This is my first pool and as the time gets close to opening my pool for the season I was wondering how do you add stabilizer to your pool? can you just pour it in and around the pool? Will it hurt the liner if you just toss it in the pool? the pool is a 20x40 inground pool, with swg. this is first time we opened it since we bought the house the ...

www.poolspaforum.com/.../topic/25072-how-to-add-stabilizer

Hello, I opened up my pool last week. After a few days its still cloudy. The local store sold me 2lbs of stabilizer to put in the pool to help keep my chlorine levels up, as my reading was 0 (as opposed to 30-50ppm). Two questions: -My pool is 20 by 40 feet, so about 32,000-35,000 gallons. Is 2lb...

www.swimuniversity.com/cyanuric-acid

Cyanuric acid is a precursor to those, meaning what you put in your pool is not the same substance you use to kill dandelions in your driveway. Cyanuric acid is sometimes abbreviated as CYA, and it’s also called pool stabilizer, pool conditioner, or chlorine stabilizer.

www.hunker.com/13418142/what-is-a-stabilizer-for-pool-water

The stabilizer reaches the pool filter where it sits until it dissolves enough to fit through the filter. If the pool has new water, add six pounds of stabilizers per 20,000 gallons of water. Pool owners wait a few days before backwashing the filter, and the low pH of the stabilizer might require chemicals to raise the pool pH.