Too Much Shock-it Added

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Too Much Shock-it Added

Postby mykritterskount » Sun 04 Jul, 2010 19:36

What can I do if I added too much SHOCK-IT initially? Must it be totally drained now?

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Too Much Shock-it Added

Postby chem geek » Sun 04 Jul, 2010 19:43

Are there ingredients listed on Shock-It? I can't find that product -- do you have a link to it online? Most likely, it's either chlorine or a non-chlorine shock and no, you do not need to drain your pool. It should dissipate over time. Worst case, you can get a chlorine neutralizer, but should just test the chlorine level to see how high it is.
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Too Much Shock-it Added

Postby Alan G Myerson » Tue 06 Jul, 2010 03:36

Probably HTH "Sock-it".

You can use chlorine neutralizer if necessary.

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