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About this item

  • 90% available chlorine
  • 3″ Chlorine Tablets are slow-dissolving and stabilized
  • 8 oz. individually wrapped tablets in easy-open bags
  • 99% Trichloro-S-Triazinetrione (Trichlor)
  • Perfect size for floaters or any automatic chlorine feeder

Product Description

chlorine tablets

In The Swim 3 Inch Pool Chlorine Tablets

In The Swim 3 Inch Chlorine Tablets are thicker than other pool chlorine tablets, allowing them to dissolve slower and protect your pool water for longer. Moreover, 3 inch chlorine tablets are the ideal size for your floaters or automatic feeders. These industry-leading chlorine tabs have 90% available stabilized chlorine for long lasting sanitizing power. floaters or automatic feeders. These industry-leading chlorine tabs have 90% available stabilized chlorine for long lasting sanitizing power.

How to use chlorine tablets:

Add 1-2 chlorine tablets to every 10,000 gallons of pool water.

For best results, we recommend testing the chlorine level once per week.

Increase dosage after heavy use, rain or warm temperatures.

Powerful Sanitation

  • Our most popular chlorine!
  • 3″ Chlorine Tabs weigh 8 oz. each and are slow-dissolving
  • Powerful 90% available stabilized chlorine
  • Perfect size for floaters or any automatic chlorine feeder
  • Tablets are individually wrapped, in easy-open bags
  • 99% Trichloro-S-Triazinetrione (Tri-Chlor)

What makes In The Swim 3″ Chlorine Tablets the best?

Pool Care

Water Testing

Water Balancers

Pool Care and Maintenance

It is important to maintain your pool/spa to keep it clean and healthy all year round. Good habits, such as cleaning your filter or emptying your skimmer basket, will ensure that your investment is protected for years to come. But most importantly, you and your family will be able to enjoy the swimming pool or spa each season.

Water Testing

Testing the water weekly or bi-weekly, depending on use and outside variables, helps keep your pool/spa water healthy. Utilizing a DPD or OTO reagent-based water test kit, test strips, or digital testing will help you monitor the pool or spa water chemistry.

Adjusting and Balancing

Adjusting and balancing your pool or spa water chemistry ensures that you will get the most out of the swimming season. The benefit of having good pH and Alkalinity levels is that it will increase the ability of your main sanitizer to kill bacteria. Balanced pool water chemistry will also reduce chemical and maintenance costs. Balanced pH and alkalinity help prevent corrosion and scale formation on the interior pool surface and surrounding equipment.

Pool Chlorine Maintenance

Pool Sanitizing

Pool Fun

Green to Clean Pool


There are many different types of sanitizers used in various pool and spa environments. Clean and healthy water starts by establishing a proper residual chlorine level with shock or concentrated granular chlorine. The most common way to maintain a proper chlorine level is by using trichlor chlorine tablets in either a floater or chemical feeder. Applying these steps to your normal maintenance plan will ensure the elimination of non-living organic contaminants, bacteria, micro organisms, and algae making your water safe to enjoy.

Pool Fun and Safety

Now that the water is properly balanced and sanitized, it’s time to get in there and have some fun! We recommend enhancing your outdoor living environment with games, floats or loungers, toys, and accessories. Get creative!

Safety is of the utmost importance, and there are many ways to help make your pool/spa safer. Having a life ring buoy, a shepherd’s hook, depth markers, coast guard-approved life preservers, door and water alarms and having your local aquatic environment safety regulations on-hand will ensure a fun and safe environment for your family.


Even after all your preparation, sometimes life happens and your pool or spa can get away from you. In those moments, we need to start back from the beginning with testing of the water. Now that you have a clear idea of the current readings, your next steps will depend on the type of symptoms your water is presenting. This may include an issue such as algae (green, yellow, black, etc.), cloudiness, living organics, debris, and other water conditions.

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