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    I have an in-ground ganite pool, about 30k gallons. My TA is 50 (should be 60-120). How much baking soda do i need to use to raise it to the needed level?

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    Re: TA

    Your best bet is to find the pool calculator in the pool school section here and learn how to use it. It will become your friend very quickly! I use it all the time
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    Re: TA

    If you post a set of water test results and tell us how you chlorinate (liquid chlorine, SWG, trichlor tabs, etc ......) we can suggest a more specific TA level.

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    Re: TA

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