Model # P20000DE-6
Non-Chorine Shock- Oxidizer
Pool Solutions Oxidize effectively zaps away bacteria and algae. These convenient 1 lb. of oxidize quickly destroy organic waste so swimming can resume in just 15 minutes after application saving you time and money.
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I have a in ground pool w/salt system, have my water tested every month the free chlorine level has been high several months. what is the best method of lowing the chlorine level. I been told at different times to add different chemicals (shock, clarifier, yellow elim.)
Hi, James. The best way to lower the chlorine level is to reduce the output of the generator. Otherwise, you can add Chlorine Reducer to instantly reduce the chlorine.
what amount of non chlorine shock per 10000 gallons of water
Hi, Hasan. You would need 1 pound/bag per 10,000 gallon.
How soon after shocking can I go into the pool?
After shocking with the non-chlorine pool shock, you can resume swimming 15 minutes later.
Do I need to mix this shock in a bucket of water before adding it to the pool?
The non-chlorine shock is a fast acting oxidizing shock and can be added directly to the swimming pool.
I purchased this pool shock but when I added it to my pool my chlorine level stayed the same. Was this a bad batch?
A non-chlorine shock will not increase your chlorine levels. It is designed to oxidize/sanitize the water without increasing the chlorine. If you want to increase the chlorine when you shock, you will need this.
What is the non-chlorine shock used for? When would I use it?
A non-chlorine shock is great for oxidizing the water which helps the chlorine work better. Non-chlorine shock is typically used in spas that use bromine and in chlorine based pools as a "shock and swim" meaning you can shock the pool with the non-chlorine shock and swim 15 minutes later.
I'm looking for pool shock to sanitize my drinking water. Will this work?
I have heard of people using pool shock to sanitize drinking water but I can not promote the use of any pool shock for this purpose. You will want to contact the NSF for further information.