I live in Phoenix, AZ; I use liquid chlorine in my 12000 gal pool for sanitation and algae control. The chlorine is ph. high so I use muriatic acid to keep the ph. in the correct range.
During the hot summer months I add chlorine and acid on a daily basis.
Constantly adding muriatic acid seems to be driving my TA down. I have been using baking soda to raise the TA back up to correct range and this works well.
The question I have is, will there come a point in time when I have added so much baking soda to my pool that I will need to correct that problem?
In other words, can a person get to much baking soda in his swimming pool?