I haven't yet figured out how to start a thread. this thread however is spot on.
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I have been trying to figure out this BBB method I went to buy sodium carbonate
I don't know if it's safe or a ok idea to use in a pool if this "soda ash" is not 100 percent pure sodium carbonate
that I found at a feed\farm store it was like 98.5 and the other ingredient was anhydrous(i thought that meant without water and powder) the lable says soda ash lite
A similiar question about sodium bicarbonate from the same place doesn't say what ingredients it only said something like less than 22.7 percent sodium or something like that had the A and H seal on it too.
I've found that I can buy the bicarbonate at sams club in a 13.5 lb bag 100 percent pure and I can convert that into 100 percent pure sodium carbonate .. losing some weight to it useing my oven would this be a greater choice? Im unsure about what form it comes out to .. the tye dye and homemade laundry forums use it .. but is it a good or even possible choice for our pools?
both products are alot cheaper at the feed store but don't know if they can be applied to pool use.
so sodium carbonate \ soda ash \ washing soda \ anhydrous \ decahydrate \ purity \ percentage feed store grade?
I also found a post that says you can raise the ph with useing only brcarbonate useing a technique. which would aleaviate having to deal with the soda dillema under what perimeters?