Yes you can. It would be cheaper to go to the pool store and get sodium bicarb (same
Sodium bicarb. works great.
Having a properly balanced pool is not difficult, but it does take work.
I'm the pool operator at our local YMCA and keeping an 80,000 gallon pool balanced is pretty easy, once you all the elements in place
and know what you're doing.
Chlorine 3.5-4.5, alkalinity 80-100, pH 7.6-7.8, not 7.2, hardness 150-250, not up to 400.
You have to stay on top of it because the chlorine can go down in a matter of hours if no one properly checks it.
Just be sure your getting the right info. The index most pool operators use comes from public water systems, not from pools.
Also, be sure the public pool you attend follows the proper procedures for pool closures and decontamination.
I know of a few that just scoop out what they can, check the chlorine, and call it good.
to learn everything about pH.
Besides baking, it is a great way to raise the Ph in your swimming pool.
Baking soda will almost certainly raise the pH level in a pool.
raising the pH level of the swimming poolThe recommended pH-range for a swimming pool is between 7.2 and 7.8. To raise or lower pH, alkali such as sodium carbonate (soda ash) or sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) will added to the water. thanks hope it helps you heaps!!
No it will raise the pH level. You would use it if your pool was too acidic.
NO. You want sodium bicarbonate (baking SODA)
Can't beat baking soda!
Yes, I have done so without problems.
Neither. Baking soda raises the Total Alkalinity. Soda ash raises the pH.
around 25 pounds
Their eyes will burn and they could get blisters. You need to raise the PH level as soon as possible.
Baking soda raises the ph in a pool.
not alot and I don't even know how much because someone else does it for me
The best way to raise the pH in a swimming pool is by adding a base to it. Chlorine is an excellent choice.
You can add soda ash (sodium carbonate), sold as pH Increaser,
Chlorine will not raise the total alkalinity level in a pool. However, if you are trying to raise the total alkalinity, you can add small amounts of baking soda.
Use Soda Ash to increase the PH level. Baking soda can be used to maintain the alkalinity of the pool water. Just the opposite!!!! Baking Soda will increase or raise the alk. Soda Ash raises the pH. Muriatic Acid lowers pH. k
Add more liquid (12% or at minimum 10% strength) chlorine.
Baking Soda (sodium bicarbonate) is used to slightly raise pH but more often to raise alkalinity. Ideal range is between 80-120. Baking soda will only raise the pH so much. Dense soda ash raises pH only and is more "powerful" and is used to raise pH when alkalinity is at a correct level. In otherwords. Balance alkalinity first then if pH is still low raise it with Soda Ash.
Youu raise PH with PH UP. Sodium carbonate > Flyashe,washing soda. Stabilize your pool with Arm and Hammer baking soda (a few pounds) then add PH UP after rains to maintain 7.2 to 7.6 ph
The recommended pH for pools is 7.2 - 7.8. Sodium bicarbonate or soda ash will raise the pH. Sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) will raise the Total Alkalinity. Soda ash (sodium carbonate) will raise the pH. They are not interchangeable.
To raise 6.8ppm in a 10,000 gallon pool, you would need to add approximately .84 pounds of baking soda. For a complete chart of how much baking soda is needed to raise alkaline, see the chart below courtesy of swimming-pool-care.com.Desired increase in PPM1,000 gallons5,000 gallons10,000 gallons20,000 gallons50,000 gallons100,000 gallons10 ppm2.24oz11.2oz1.40lbs2.80lbs7.00lbs14.00lbs20 ppm4.48oz1.402.80lbs5.60lbs14.0lbs28lbs30 ppm6.72oz2.10lbs4.20lbs8.41lbs21lbs42lbs40 ppm8.97oz2.80lbs5.60lbs11.2lbs28lbs56lbs50 ppm11.2 oz3.50lbs7lbs14lbs35lbs70lbs60 ppm13.4 oz4.20lbs8.41lbs16.8lbs42lbs84.1lbs
You can raise the alkaline level if your pool water by adding sodium bicarbonate (aka baking soda). It is recommended that you raise the alkaline in small increments because it is easier to raise your total alkaline levels slightly if its a little too high or too low. This chart from swimming-pool-care.com gives out how much sodium bicarbonate to add.Desired increase in PPM1,000 gallons5,000 gallons10,000 gallons20,000 gallons50,000 gallons100,000 gallons10 ppm2.24oz11.2oz1.40lbs2.80lbs7.00lbs14.00lbs20 ppm4.48oz1.402.80lbs5.60lbs14.0lbs28lbs30 ppm6.72oz2.10lbs4.20lbs8.41lbs21lbs42lbs40 ppm8.97oz2.80lbs5.60lbs11.2lbs28lbs56lbs50 ppm11.2 oz3.50lbs7lbs14lbs35lbs70lbs60 ppm13.4 oz4.20lbs8.41lbs16.8lbs42lbs84.1lbs
Hummm, just how do you "raise" a pool by going from 8' to 5' ???