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Answer: VERY CAREFULLY! Beyond that what you want to do is add Soda Ash to the solution that you mixed up. For every 16 oz of Muriatic acid use about 3 lbs of Soda Ash. Soda Ash is also know as pH rise, pH increaser, pH Plus, Sodium Carbonate, Balance Pak 200, and any thing that it is used specifically to increase the pH level in swimming pool water. ONLY USE A PRODCUT SPECIFICLY DESIGNED FOR THIS PURPOSE. NEVER MIX CHLORINE AND MURIATIC ACID TOGETHER IF THE EXPLOSION DOES NOT KILL YOU THE CHLORINE GAS WILL. Once the Soda Ash has done its thing you can safely pour the solution on the ground and hose it down with fresh water. PH the particulates in the acid are now large enough to stay in your filter and not back on your salt cell. Why waste when you get to the large stuff at the bottom of the container fill it back up with water and pour it down the drain.

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Q: How do you dispose of muriatic acid that has been diluted to 1 part acid to 4 parts water that was used to clean a clogged saltwater cell chlorinator?
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