Chlor Brite Granular Chlorine

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More Info — Chlor Brite Dichlor Granular Chlorine Pool Shock

Leslie's Chlor Brite Dichlor Granular Chlorine Pool Shock is ideal for weekly pool shocking. With 99% Sodium Dichlor active ingredient and 55% available chlorine, Chlor Brite is a concentrated pool water sanitizer for routine maintenance use or super chlorination. It's also effective as a backup sanitizer for swimming pools using a saltwater chlorination system. Leslie's Chlor Brite Sodium Dichlor Granular Chlorine Pool Shock dissolves rapidly, leaving no residue or bleaching on pool and spa interior surfaces. Granular Chlorine also has a stabilizer, protecting the chlorine from degradation caused by the sun's UV rays. This fast dissolving chlorine is stabilized and pH neutral so it won’t raise your pH. Use Chlor Brite to support the sanitizing efforts of your Leslie’s Chlorine Tabs or Salt Water Chlorine Generator.

At Leslie’s Pool Supplies, we only carry the highest quality granular chlorine pool shock so you know you’re getting an exceptional product for your swimming pool. Keep your pool water safe and healthy with Chlor Brite Granular Chlorine from Leslie’s Pool Supplies.

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