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1" SILKGUARD TABS

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Details

SilkGuard Tabs are slow-dissolving, stabilized chlorine tablets that kill bacteria 24 hours a day. They can be dispensed in the skimmer, floater or with an automatic chlorinator. And with SunShield technology, SilkGuard Tabs are protected from sunlight for long-lasting sanitation. SilkGuard Tabs also contain SilkGuard, a unique additive that protects against corrosion and staining. SilkGuard Tabs leave water extraordinarily soft and smooth.

Features
  • Slow-dissolving sanitizer
  • Kills bacteria and controls algae
  • SunShield protects chlorine from sunlight, so you use less
  • Makes water soft and smooth
  • SilkGuard prevents scaling and protects against corrosion and metal staining
  • Protects pool equipment for longer life
  • Ideal for use with BioLab UV Systems
  • For all pool types
  • Test and add
Product Info

Available sizes: 5lbs, 15lbs, 25lbs

How To Use

INITIAL STARTUP:

Feeder or Floaters: Add 16 ounces (approximately 23 tablets) per 10,000 gallons of pool water to feeder or floater. Adjust the feeder or floater following manufacturer’s instructions to establish a free available chlorine level between 1–4 ppm. Allow water to circulate at least 4 hours and then test for the free available chlorine level.

ROUTINE MAINTENANCE:

Add 16 ounces (approximately 23 tablets) per 10,000 gallons of pool water per week, or as often as needed, to the floater or feeder to maintain a constant free available chlorine level of 1-4 ppm. Sunlight, rainfall, temperature, number of swimmers, and frequency of pool use affect the rate of chlorine residual loss so check the floater or feeder often and refill as needed

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