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Its easier to give you figures for 10,000 gallons...then divide accordingly.

Keep in mind its important to keep PH 7.2-7.6 and Alkalinity between 50-100 recommended if this is for a pool application.

At 12.5% sodium hypochlorite (which is concentration for bleach bought from pool store) 11oz per 10,000 gallons will add 1PPM chlorine to your water. To shock 52-100oz per 10,000 gal. depending on severity of the water.

If the concentration is lower (6%) like it is with store bought bleach like Chlorox then dosage will have to be doubled. Like 20oz per 10,000 gallons of water for 1PPM. To shock with grocery store bleach you are looking at 1 gallon (128oz) per 10,000 gallons of water.

One last thought...your CYA Cyanic Acid levels will affect how often chlorine dissipates in your pool. Its best to test daily until you get a feel for your pools personality and how often you will need to add.

Hope this helps. : )

Q: How many gallons of Clorox bleach per 1000 gallons of pool water?

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