What Does Soda Ash Do to a Pool?


The pH of the water in a swimming pool should generally be around neutral, 7.0. The pH at times may drop lower than 7.2 by adding too much acid or from the presence of some foreign material in the water. Soda ash is used to rise the pH.
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Soda ash is used in many swimming pools. What it does to a pool is to neutralize the effect of chloride acid. This works well to adjust the PH in the water.
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