How Much Bleach Do I Put in My Pool?


The amount of bleach you will put in your pool depends on the reading you are getting when you do the chlorine test. If you use bleach the normal amount is 1/2 gallon to 10,000 gallons of water. If it is already chlorinated then you should check it by testing before adding all the bleach.
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Put 1/8 cup of 6.15 percent sodium hypochlorite bleach in your kiddie pool for every 100 gallons of water in the pool. Rather than pouring the bleach directly into the pool, mix it
Depends on the size of the pool. Actually, a more useful answer is to simply use 2 qts of regular, unscented, household bleach for every 10,000 gallons of pool water.
One gallon of standard 5.25% sodium hypochlorite liquid
1. Choose the type of pool you are going to install. There are simple vinyl pools that are supported by a flotation collar, and heavy duty long use pools that have aluminum wall panels
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