Asked by: Kimbra Chahbouni
asked in category: General Last Updated: 30th June, 2020

How much bleach do I put in a 600 gallon pool?

Bleach Amounts
Since there are 600 drops in a fluid oz. of water, only 2 oz. of bleach would be needed in a 150-gallon kiddie pool ( 1200/600 = 2 oz.).

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People also ask, how much bleach should I add to my pool?

If you are shocking the pool, you will have to use ½ gallon of bleach per 10,000 gallons of water to raise the chlorine levels to 5 ppm. If you are just trying to raise the chlorine level by 2.5 ppm, then you will have to use as much as ¼ gallon of bleach per 10,000 gallons of water.

One may also ask, how much chlorine do you put in a pool per gallon? Whether you have a round ring-top pool or an in-ground pool, maintaining the chlorine balance in the pool prevents bacteria from growing in the water. The basic balance of chlorine to water is between 1 and 3 ppm, or 0.00013 ounces of chlorine per gallon of water.

Moreover, how much bleach do I put in a 5000 gallon pool?

Clorox is considered to be the most common bleach product that is used for pools. It has a 5.7% concentration, so if you have a 5,000-gallon pool, you will be using 3 cups or 24 oz to raise the chlorine levels.

How much chlorine do I put in a 10000 gallon pool?

You'll need about 52-104 oz of liquid chlorine per 10,000 gallons of water.

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