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    In The Swim Granular Pool pH Reducer

      In The Swim Granular Pool pH Reducer is rated 4.5789 out of 5 by 19.
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    In the Swim Granular Pool pH Reducer Quickly Keeps Your Pool Water Balanced

    The In the Swim pH reducer for pools is safer to use to balance your pool water, is less corrosive and safer to store than muriatic acid, a common pH reducer alternative. Our pH reducer for pools uses sodium bisulfate which still corrects water conditions but does so with less skin and eye irritation and pool equipment damage.

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      • Item: # Y7100 5 lb. Bag Now Only! $21.84 Was $22.99
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      • Item: # Y7130 60 lb. Pail $86.99
      • Item: # Y7160 50 lb. Bag $64.99
      • Item: # Y7170 100 lb. (2 X 50 lb.) $129.99
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      Your pool’s water pH level and maintaining the correct pool chemical balance is very important when maintaining your pool. A high pH level in your pool water can cause staining, cloudy water, metal corrosion and even chlorine loss, while irritating swimmer’s skin and eyes. In the Swim granular pool pH reducer brings high pH levels (7.6 ppm and above) back to normal levels safely and quickly for a better, more comfortable swimming environment.

      • pH reducer for pools utilizes sodium bisulfate for safer, easier pool chemical balance
      • 10 Pounds of In the Swim granular pool pH reducer is equal to 1 gallon of muriatic acid
      • Initial dosage of pool pH reducer is 15 to 30 ounces per 10,000 gallons of water
      • Add pH reducer to your pool whenever pH levels rise about 7.6 ppm
      • Corrects pool water conditions to prevent skin irritation and damage to your pool and pool equipment
      • Easy and safe to store and use; Available in several different quantities

      Rated 5 out of 5 by from Always excellent Always good quality chemicals, fair prices and quick shipping!
      Date published: 2016-06-10
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from No Mess Dry Acid I have been using dry acid for several years and getting the 50# bag seems like the way to go. I have a prior container that I will be transferring to for easy storage and use. There is no mess with the dry acid like the liquid and if there is a leak you will be able to sweep it up.
      Date published: 2016-04-18
      Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Chemicals Love In The Swims chemicals. That's all I ever use. Never had a problem. Pool water is sparkling clean. Always get compliments on it.
      Date published: 2015-08-03
      Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works as advertised Works just as well as the stuff I could buy at the local pool store (but costs less and saves me trips). My only complaint is I wish the instructions said how much to add in terms of volume (cups) rather than weight (pounds).
      Date published: 2015-06-25
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      • Comes in a 6 lb bucket.
      • Chemical name SODIUM BISULFATE
      • Also used to reduce alkalinity
      • Dosage 6oz per 10,000 gallons
      • 10 lbs PH Reducer = 1 gallon of MURIATIC ACID

      What is the chemical name for pH reducer?
      - pH reducer is often called Sodium Bisulfate.
      How much should I use to lower my pH?
      - In The Swim recommends 1/2 Lb. pH reducer per 10,000 gallons to achieve a .52 unit decrease.
      What should my pH level be at?
      - Your pH level should be between 7.2 - 7.6 units.
      Why should I be concerned with my pH level?
      - A high pH level can cause cloudy water.
      How Much Do I Need?
      pH Reducer Dosage Chart
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