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  1. The front says "Net Contents: 16 OZ". Next time I buy a new bottle, I plan to weigh it. The directions for use says to add "one-half (1/2) ounce of Leisure Time Sodium Bromide for every 100 gallons of spa water" - full stop. Strange and confusing indeed. Normally I wouldn't question it, but because they did not state the equivalent measurement in teaspoons or tablespoons, I called the 800 number.
  2. I'm a scientific minded person and that's exactly what I would have thought. Unfortunately, this is not a cut-and-dry topic (no pun intended) and there's a reason I was confused ... I had called the manufacturer's help line (Leisure Time) and the service tech told me their dosage for the bromine powder (and *any* of their dry powder products) should be measured by volume in a small measuring cup. So again I ask, how is it legal that the label does not explicitly state this?
  3. When the dosage of a particular powder, such as Sodium Bromide, is specified in "ounces per gallons of water", are the ounces measured by volume or weight? How is it legal (or even safe) that the label does not provide this information? Dan C.
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