you can get De chlorinating tablets to bring it down otherwise just wait until it settles down.
When it comes to how much Clorox you should put in a pool, this depends on how big your pool is. If it's a large pool, you may put as much as half of a cup, or more.
Around two Clorox 182 oz jugs,
Bleach or Clorox.
about 1000 imperial gallons in my pond - no idea about anyone else's
You could, but you won't save money unless the bleach is free. Chlorine for pools is much more concentrated plus it has stabalizers in it. A: Clorox is 5% strong. Liquid Pool Chlorine is 12.5% May cost more but is much stronger and will take less to do the job. Liquid chlorine in any brand or strength will not have stabilizers in it. Those have to be added seperately. You can buy dry chlorine and that will have stabilizers in it. but you will not get the quick reaction for your algae problems with it. k
a pond is smaller
== == == == == == Visit the nearest pool store in your area for advice on chemistry. Because of regional differences in water make up I may provide the wrong instructions. k
A pond is not a living thing, it is simply a pool of water.
yes, but it takes many gallons of clorox A: Clorox is only 5%. You would have to use 5 to10 as much of it then swimming pool liq. chlorine at 12.5%. The answer would be NO. You would end up using algaecides and other products in order to maintain the water. It could get quite costly for you.
A pond heater is used to keep your pond from freezing solid in the winter. A frozen solid pond is bad for your pool liners, koi, and for some pool structures that may use cement.
One slang term for a pool is a cement pond.