... will lower the chlorine level in a swimming pool. I'm trying to learn how much of this product is used for a 35000 gallon pool to reduce the chlorine level
dear Erockw, the chlorine level in your pool will drop on it's own, every 24 hours.Chlorine sort of burns off with exposure to sunlight. My boyfriend IS a pool guy, and many people often question him about the chlorine level, or think they don't have chlorine in their pools because it is a Salt water Pool. I will tell you what he tells them, you have to have some chemical in your pool to kill pathogenic bacteria. Salt water pools have a chlorine generator that called a salt cell, that converts the salt added t o the pool into a form of chlorine. If you simply let the pool go a few days, that chlorine level will drop dramatically, and your pool will likely turn green soon. There are other chemicals that are used to kill the pathogens, but chlorine is probably the least expensive. Why do you want to reduce the chlorine level? If you will explain this further, I will try to text him to find a solution. Patti
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