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Can you use cholorine in a baquacil pool?


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2008-08-07 15:51:17
2008-08-07 15:51:17

Chlorine is not compatible with Baquacil. Baquacil is hydrogen peroxide and will cause a reaction. Most times the water turns green and throws off all of the other readings. If CL is accidentally added the Baquacil product to remove it is called Baquacil Chlorine Neutralizer.

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You do not measure the Chlorine in a Baquacil pool because they are incompatible.

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If you read the directions from baquacil you will find that yes you can indeed change from baquacil to chlorine. It is extremely important that you use up all the baquacil product and eliminate it from your pool prior to adding the chlorine. I have successful changed over two different systems and chlorine is much less expensive.

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Baquacil pool care systems try following the link below

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There really should not be too much of a problem when switching from CL to Baquacil. You just have to wait until the CL reading is down to zero and then start adding the products. The sun disepates the CL so quickly it should only take a couple days at most.

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The only reason the pool would turn green would be if the Baquacil is not entirely out of the pool and it reacts with the Chlorine.


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