Plastic Bottle Floating Chlorinator

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This instructable is for keeps our swimming pool water safe and clean, chlorine eliminates most dangerous contaminants. You need only a plastic bottle, chlorine tablets and some tool for make several holes in bottle body.

Step 1: Materials

Just a few components
- Bottle
- knife
- Drill
- Chlorine Tablets
- Swimming Pool (Off Course)

Step 2: Drilling

If you have a drill, please make several holes at the bottom of the bottle. This holes is are to enter the water.

Step 3: Cutting (PART1)

how many holes ?

you are the boss !!!!

Step 4: Cutting (Part2)

The last cut .

This cut is make to size matching with your chlorine tablets.
Insert only amount according with your swimming pool size.

Please read instructions in the chlorine tablets package.

Step 5: Lets Float

Thanks a lot for see this instructable.

Bye Bye

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Micasaloca

5 years ago on Introduction

And, if you really wanted to, you could decorate the bottle to make it look a bit pretty, like glue a fake duck on top.

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mattbomb

8 years ago on Step 5

simple, cheap, works good and its just awesome. fabulous

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Pool Guy

10 years ago on Introduction

I would never put chlorine tablets in my toilet tank again. Even in a large pill bottle with the smallest holes drilled in it, still ate any rubber seals and metal in the internals within a matter of weeks. (The bowl was, however, the cleanest it's ever been LOL).

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072755

10 years ago on Step 4

GREAT IDEA................now to wait for Memorial Day. Right now the pool is under 3 feet of snow and ice!

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baudeagle

10 years ago on Introduction

That is an interesting idea. Do you think that you could make a small one out of a 20 oz soda bottle and use it in the toilet tank. This might keep the toilet clean and using the cheaper pool chlorine tablets than the expensive toilet chlorine tablets?