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How to Remove Algae from a Pool with Baking Soda

by Jarrett Melendez
Baking soda, among its many applications, is commonly used as a disinfectant and deodorizer. When added to a pool, baking soda will not only kill algae, it also will raise the pool's pH to the proper level, which will make the chlorine in the pool more effective in killing algae, too. Baking soda al...
Melinda Baker
Melinda Baker • 2 years ago

How to Remove Algae from a Pool with Baking Soda

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