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    how much chlorine?

    Forgive my stupidity but if I wanted to raise the FC level in my pool(which uses a copper based algacide) from the usual .5 to 1ppm maybe even 1.5ppm how much chlorine should I add. Its about a 14000 gal. pool and I bought some liquid chlorine in a big jug from the pool store. I've never used chlorine before other than the weekly dichlor shock packets.
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    You need to find the percentage of the liquid chlorine. It should be clearly marked on the package. 6%, 10% and 12.5% are common strengths.

    To raise FC by 1 in 14,000 gallons takes 21 oz of 6%, 12 oz of 10%, or 10 oz of 12.5%.

    You can use my Pool Calculator, see the link in my signature, to make calculations like this.
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