You can add dry acid to your pool when your pH is above 7.8
I use a five gallon bucket add some water then add acid and fill with more water while pool is circulating walk around pool pour in 3 to 4 spots .
Yes you can the muriati acid is used to get the pools pH to between 7.2 and 7.6 then you can add the pool shock as per the instructions.
Add potash. See your pool shop with a sample of your water and the size of your pool and he will give you what your pool requires.
Muriatic Acid lowers the pH level in a pool.
To raise the pH of your pool you add soda ash (sodium carbonate). To lower the pH of your pool add muriatic acid (hydrochloric acid) or sodium bisulfate. You should always add chemicals with the pump running and check your levels again once the newly added chemicals have been circulated around the pool.
Yes, you are supposed to add it while there is water in the pool. Add with filter running near a return line. Add it slowly and if possible, brush the pool to help mix the acid. You can swim within 30-60 minutes.
none until you add some
add more acid
You can't! Muriatic acid (~32% HCL) will not add any free chlorine to the pool and will not function as a oxidizer (Shock).
You'll need to add muriatic acid.
Add cyanuric acid or stabilizer to maintain the chlorine in the pool.
Reduces alkalinity of swimming pool water (softens hard water)
Add acid, Muriatic acid works best but Dry Acid is also used.
Hydrochloric acid is most commonly known as muriatic acid and is used to lower pH in pools
None until you add it.
Most likely not.
Add stabilizer aka cyanuric acid .
Remove some water in container (10-20%) and add new water. example: pump water high in cyanuric acid out of a swimming pool and the add fresh water to the pool.
Acid dilutes very fast, add it to your pool (while running to help circulation) and you should be ready to swim in about 30min. Best way to add it is by using a 5gal bucket, fill it so that you have room to add the acid then walk around the pool pouring into the edges of the pool. This will keep from damaging your plaster especially if your pool has dark plaster or pebble tech plaster. Hope you found this helpful..