How do you get rid of chlorine when you put too much in your swimming pool?
Just wait it out, the Ch level will come down. When you add Ch (Shock) you are spiking the Ch level and normal conditions use Ch and lower the concentration. Unless you put so much in that it is having detrimental effects, you shouldn't worry. Be sure the Ph is in balance. If the Ph or Alkalinity is out of tolerence, you may have long term problems, like corrosion of tubing in the heater.
There should not be a major problem unless the chlor level is above 10.0 ppm.
You should go to the swimming pool supply store or swimming pool supply section and get a kit. There will be instructions and chemicals in the kit. You put a chemical or little pill in the bottom of a tube and fill the tube with water from your pool. Then you compare the color of the water in the tube with the color on a chart. That tells you if you have enough chlorine in…
You swim 5 days a week and never have any rashes The other day you went swimming and got out and had bumps all over your knees and elbows What is this from?
How can you protect from or reverse chlorine damage to a masonry foundation that is close to an in ground swimming pool?
That Acid is called Muriatic Acid. You put it in your swimming pool to lower the PH of the water. At lower PH Levels, the chlorine you use to sanitize the pool is more active, as a disinfectant. You MUST be careful not to put too MUCH Muriatic Acid in your pool! PH that is too low will create potentially deadly fumes, so test your water. Low pH is corrosive to plaster and metal pool…
A salt water pool is a chlorine pool. the difference is that in a salt water pool the chlorine is added automatically by a chlorinated that works electronically and with a chlorine pool you have to put the chlorine in your self. Salt water pool are by far the more pleasant to swim in. Chlorine because it will kill germs
The best thing to do if you are inexperienced in pool maintenance it to take a sample of water from your pool in a clean bottle from about an arms length in depth to you local pool shop. There they will test the water for free and tel you how much chlorine your pool needs. Take along the dimensions of the pool as well for them to calculate the requirements.
It depends on if you have a real swimming pool in your backyard or not. If you have one of those cheap plastic small swimming pools that you can't even fit 3 people in, than it's not a good idea to put bleach in your swimming pool. Either bleach or chlorine needs to circulate with a pump to be effective. If you have a nice big one like you would see at the recreation center…