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    Adding chemicals

    Does it matter how the baking soda and bleach go into the pool?should one be added
    Before the other.

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    My ph is 7.2 if I add soda ash to raise the ph my water turns very cloudy 18x48. 1.500 gal turn over per hour 5.500.00 gal pool.

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    Re: Adding chemicals

    At a pH of 7.2, I would leave it alone as pH tends to naturally rise in most pools.

    If you decide to raise pH, use 20 mule team borax.
    Dave S.
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    Re: Adding chemicals

    What about adding liquid algecide and a blue clarifier now and again?

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    Re: Adding chemicals

    With properly balanced water there isn't any need for either of those.
    Aaron
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