Can I Use Clorox to Shock My Pool?

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You can use Clorox to shock you pool. You will have to use a good bit more Clorox than you would Liquid Shock. Liquid Shock is 12.5% sodium hypochlorite while Clorox is only 3% sodium hypochlorite.
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