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Using Household Products in My Pool

I have an 18,000 gallon in-ground pool. How much should I use and do I mix it in a bucket first or do I dump it in my pool?

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May 18, 20170 found this helpful

There is a lot of good information on-line about using household chemicals in your home pool but to be safe you should always use pH test strips in the water to test your pool's pH. Follow the instructions on the package to interpret the results.

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May 19, 20170 found this helpful

Here is a great article about it: http://www.swim … pool-care-basics

You can sanitize with chlorine or bromine. Test your pool several times a week.

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