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Thread: Water chemistry after water feature?

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    Jan 2015
    San Jose, CA

    Water chemistry after water feature?

    So I know that splashing and water features raises the PH. After this swim season, we're planning to remodel the pool and add a waterfall. Does this mean I'll just gotta have more Muriatic Acid on hand?

    We're planning on a small one in the middle of the kidney pool
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    May 2007
    Silver Spring, MD

    Re: Water chemistry after water feature?

    That shouldn't be a problem. You may need some extra acid, especially at the beginning, but that really depends on your current levels. It is nearly always possible to tune things so there is very little PH drift once everything is adjusted correctly.
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