Yes; mix the shock with water and pour it into the pool directly in several locations and run the filter.
I use the Intex pool startup kit. It has sanitizer, pool test strips and shock. Add Sanitize which is granular chlorine. If you have a pool brush, brush pool. I actually use a mop. If its really dirty you may have to get inside pool to mop, in which case add Sanitize after. Then run filter for 20 minutes and use test strip to check pH & alkilinity. If not right pH add another dose (booklet in kit says how much per 500 gals of water)and run filter another 20 min. Then add Shock and run filter 4-8hrs. If you don't have a filter, then you probably have to drain, clean with regular liquid bleach & mop then refill.
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.
go to your local dealer and purchase a bag of pool shock in one hour it will be clear again If your controller has a Shock or Super Chlorinate setting then put it in super chlorinate and run the filter. You should also add sone algeacide and maintain it.
Yes you can add shock solution to your swimming pool after or at the same time as a clarifyer. You should not swim in your pool for at 4 hours after shocking it.
You can't! Muriatic acid (~32% HCL) will not add any free chlorine to the pool and will not function as a oxidizer (Shock).
Salt pools still require weekly shock maintenance, but not near the amount that a chlorine pool would need. There are Salt Pool Shock Treatments out there for your particular pool setup.
You add D.E. to a pool when you do a fresh filter clean. You also add D.E. if you have to backwash your pool more than normal. When you backwash the pool it is also dumping the D.E. out so it needs to be replaced to keep the grids covered so the pool can filter properly. Hope it helped
Remove the bird and add shock to kill any biologicals. Run pump to circulate for 24 hours then backwash the filter.