The average amount of chlorine required for pool shocking is 3 1/2 quarts per 10,000 gallons of water. Clean Pool and Spa recommends raising the chlorine levels 10 times for every part per million of free chlorine when s... More »

The amount of bleach used to shock a pool depends on the size of the pool. Shocking a pool requires increasing the chlorine to 5 parts per million. This means you need 1/2 gallon of bleach for every 10,000 gallons of poo... More »

The amount of chlorine required per gallon of water depends on the type of chlorine used to treat the pool. A daily dosage of 11 ounces of liquid chlorine is recommended for every 10,000 gallons of water. More »

Increase free chlorine in a pool by adding 1 pound of chlorine or bromine for every 20,000 gallons of water. You will need to purchase the appropriate amount of chlorine or bromine for the size of the pool. This process ... More »

To maintain a pool, make sure it is at the right pH level, add chlorine to the pool, shock the pool, add algaecide, clean the pool walls, and remove dirt and debris regularly. You need pH strips, chlorine, shock products... More »

To clean a green pool, skim it, test and correct the water's pH, shock the pool, add algaecide, run the filter until the water clears, and vacuum the pool floor. This project requires a skimmer, a water testing kit, pH a... More »

A pool with 10,000 gallons of water requires one or two 3-inch chlorine tablets per week to maintain the recommended 1 to 3 parts per million. Test pool water regularly, and adjust the amount of chlorine as needed. More »