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How to Use Baking Soda in My Swimming Pool

by Kaye Wagner
Baking soda (chemical name: sodium bicarbonate) is an alkaline compound that is commonly used in cooking and cleaning, as well as a remedy for bad breath and heartburn. Another not so common use is to keep your swimming pool water clear. Baking soda helps to neutralize pool water that has become too...
Melinda Baker
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Pinner said: Each week I add 2 lbs of Baking Soda to the water in our above ground pool (our pool is 10,000 gallons,) in addition to the normal chemicals. I am impressed by how clear and sparkly the water is after the addition of baking soda! Really, there is a visible difference. Baking Soda also makes the water less irritating to the eyes by balancing the PH level.

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