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 How much liquid chlorine is needed to super-chlorinate a pool?

Answer Normal levels of chlorine in a pool should be between 1 and 3 parts per million (ppm) for proper sanitization. Pools have differing sizes. Instead of a adding a set amount of liquid chlorine to sup... Read More »
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How much liquid chlorine is needed to shock a pool?

Use 1 gallon of liquid chlorine for each 10,000 gallons of water in the pool to provide a shock chlorination treatment. Perform a shock treatment of chlorine to your pool once each week.Source:East... Read More »
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How much liquid chlorine should I put in my pool?

On One Hand: Liquid or Dry Chlorine?Liquid chlorine (sodium hypochlorite) contains between 10 and 16 percent chlorine. This chemical may be poured directly into the pool. Dry chlorine (calcium hy... Read More »
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How much liquid chlorine is needed for 1 gallon of water sanitation solution?

According to the Rhode Island Food Safety Education Web site, a concentration of 25 to 100 parts per million of chlorine bleach is needed to create a sanitizing solution. One gallon of warm water r... Read More »
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How much liquid chlorine should i put in a 24-foot above ground pool?

A 24-foot above ground pool contains about 11,895 gallons of water, and to calculate the amount of cholorine that needs to go in it would also require knowing the Free Available Chlorine (FAC) leve... Read More »
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