June 15, 2019


In today's video, I explain the differences between pool shock and bleach when it comes to water purification and how we can use them and properly store them, as well as general shelf lives.

2 drops of Regular Bleach per quart of water
8 drops of Regular Bleach per gallon of water
1/2 teaspoon Regular Bleach per five gallons of water
If water is cloudy, double the recommended dosages of Bleach.

Pool shock:
1 teaspoon of pool shock per gallon of water when making up my stock chlorine solution. Then, to disinfect water, use 3/4 ounce of the pool shock solution to treat a gallon of water. Some may use a different method, but this seems to be a very easy method to use and remember.

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