Do I need homemade pool chemicals?

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You do not need to make homemade pool chemicals. You can purchase them very cheap. They are bleach for chlorine, baking soda for alkalinity and borax for PH. They make the regular chemicals for a pool stronger so you will need to add more of the type from a grocery store.
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1. Use liquid bleach instead of pool shock or pool chlorine. The disinfecting agent sodium hypochlorite in liquid pool shock is also the ingredient in gallon jugs of household bleach
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The stuff you'd use to make a firework at home are pretty much what a manufacturer would use. There is a link below, and a lot of serious reading is there or linked to that page.
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"There are several components needed for pool chemistry; a dry or liquid chlorine along with a chlorine stabilizer, an acid for balancing pH, an algaecide to control and kill
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Chlorine sanitizes the water and removes bacteria and other harmful contaminates. Add chlorine to the water by pouring liquid, sprinkling powder, installing an automatic chlorinator
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Homemade Pool Chemicals
Given the high cost of pool chemicals, many pool owners may wonder if household products can be substituted for commercial products solid in pool-supply stores. The answer is yes, as long as you understand what you're buying and know where to shop. These... More »
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