How to Use Chlorine Bleach in a Small Swimming Pool?

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You have to be very careful if you choose to use chlorine bleach in a small swimming pool. You should only use 1/8 of a cup per 100 gallons of water.
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1. Clean your pool with your pool's vacuum system. Follow the instructions included with the filtration system for connecting the vacuum to the filter pump. Get into the pool with
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When the levels are lower than 5 parts per million. You will need to measure using an OTO test kit. If the test shows orange instead of yellow, don't go in. Hatawa.
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Rock salt works just fine in mine. That is the cheapest salt you can buy for water softeners. Another view. Using the wrong type salt - use pool salt - can cause you to loose your
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If you are raising your chlorine because it is testing low then try 4 cups per 10,000 gallons. If you are superchlorinating your pool then try a gallon per 10K
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Using Bleach in Swimming Pools
Pools can be great additions to any home, particularly in the hot summer months, but pool maintenance can be quite expensive; save money on chlorine tablets by treating your pool with common household bleach instead. The chlorine in bleach is just as... More »
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