pH is to low

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INEEDHELP

pH is to low

Postby INEEDHELP » Fri 04 Aug, 2006 18:58

Well i have a round 21ft pool and it is 4ft deep

and our pool pH level is low :cry:
how do i get it up to a normal level??

and then what chemical do i use? :?:
and how much do i use of that?

Please help


Guest

Postby Guest » Fri 04 Aug, 2006 19:11

thanks anyways =]
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Postby PoolGuy » Fri 04 Aug, 2006 20:03

Anonymous wrote:thanks anyways =]


Use baking soada. add 1 box per 100gal.
Worked and Bulit Pools,For 23 Years
Guest

Postby Guest » Sun 13 Aug, 2006 10:03

Or just go to your pool store, ask for some total alkalinity increaser, and they'll give you advice. You won't get that from your stock boy. Read the back of the box- it will have a chart or description of how much to add. Achieve 100ppm.



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me

Postby me » Sun 13 Aug, 2006 21:18

Anonymous wrote:Or just go to your pool store, ask for some total alkalinity increaser, and they'll give you advice. You won't get that from your stock boy. Read the back of the box- it will have a chart or description of how much to add. Achieve 100ppm.



TheGreatMunizzle


"Total alkalinity Increaser" is baking soda. Go to the grocery store. 1.4 pounds for 10 ppm increase for 10000 gallons.

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