How Do I Raise the PH in My Pool?

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To raise the PH in your pool you need to go to a store and buy some PH which is a base or by using soda ash to increase the PH level of your swimming pool.
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1. Check your pool's pH level with a pool test kit. Purchase a kit at any pool equipment store. Place the test strip in the water for five seconds. Wait 30 seconds and compare the
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1. Test the pool water's pH levels at least twice per week. Use test strips manufactured for pool testing use. Record the results for later referral. Ad. 2. Determine the size of
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The answer is largely dependent on the total alkalinity (T/A) High T/A requires more soda ash to raise pH a given amount as opposed to a low pH.
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Soda ash is the commonly used chemical to raise pH but it doesn't have buffering capacity and the pH will fall over time (usually it will start after a couple days). You can use 20
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There are quite a number of products on the market that you can use to increase the alkalinity in your pool. However, you can also use ingredients from your home such s baking soda. You can also use 20 Mule borax which is a laundry agent. All you need to do is add 1/2 box of 20 Mule borax for every 10,000 gallons of water in your pool.
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