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Xergur Pool Chlorine Floater - Floating Chlorine Dispenser for P

Product description

Color:Turtle

Strong amp; Durable

The chlorine floater is made from strong and durable ABS plastic for long time use, and its color will not fade. The kids not only can learn how to make friends with animals but also will get a lot of fun from it.

Main Features

Made of high quality anti-corrosion materials, the chlorine floater that can be used for a very long time.

Cute design

Featuring lovely shape, the chlorine floater adds a good decoration to the swimming pool.

Large capacity

The chlorine floater designed with a high capacity cup that can hold some tablets.

PP and ABS Plastic can avoid chlorine corrosion, and can avoid Rupture and Fade caused by high temperature sunlight. Chlorine Floater can be used for several years.

10" Diameter x 9" Tall, Normal Size (Tablets not included) Great for Holding 1" or 3" Chlorine/ Bromine or Pool Chemical Tablets.

Clear Holder Body, Extended Design w/ with Adjustable Flow Vent Up to 4 pcs of 3 inch Chemical Tablets.

The steps of operation

Open the lid

Open the lid by twisting to the left.

Fill-up the container

Put the tablets in the cup.

After assembling the container, adjust the runoff according to demand.

Throw the chlorine floater into the swimming pool.

Xergur Pool Chlorine Floater - Floating Chlorine Dispenser for P

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