ECO 5-In-1 Multi-Tabs will reduce the amount of pool chemicals needed to keep your swimming pool crystal clear. These 3” chlorine tablets contain a clarifier, sunlight protector, a stain and algae preventer and a de-scaler to help keep your swimming pool in clear. They are individually-wrapped for convenience and great for floating chlorinators or automatic chlorine feeders.
Sanitizer, clarifier, sunlight protector, a stain and algae preventer and a de-scaler
Contains 84.65% available pool chlorine, 94% active ingredient (trichlor)
Are slow-dissolving, stabilized chlorinating tablets
Are UV protected for extended chlorine life
Are individually-wrapped for convenient, mess-free pool maintenance
Ensure all pool equipment is working properly. Adjust stabilizer levels to 40-100 ppm with stabilizer. Follow manufacturer’s directions for use.
Test the water’s pH, alkalinity, and calcium hardness and adjust to the correct level. Adjust pH to 7.4-7.6. Be sure to follow label directions when using other products as outlined in directions for this product.
Check the free available chlorine level and adjust to 2-4 ppm by adding a granular chlorinating product.
If water is cloudy or green, super-chlorinate pool with appropriate shock product until pool is clear.
Add 16 ounces of this product (two tablets) per 10,000 gallons of pool water to feeder or floater and then test for the free available chlorine level (allow water to circulate at least 4 hours before testing). Adjust the feeder or floater following manufacturer’s instructions to establish a free available chlorine level between 2-4 ppm.
When free available chlorine level is adjusted to 2-4 ppm, add an algaecide appropriate to your needs. Follow manufacturer’s directions for use.
Add 16 ounces of this product per 10,000 gallons of pool water per week, or as often as needed, to the feeder or floater to maintain a constant free available chlorine level of 2-4 ppm. Sunlight, rainfall, temperature, number of swimmers and frequency of pool use affect the rate of chlorine residual loss so check the feeder or floater often and refill as needed.