Why Should I Reduce the Use of Muriatic Acid?
Muriatic acid is commonly used to help balance pH and maintain pool water balance in both residential and commercial swimming pools. As with any chemical, there are disadvantages to using solely muriatic acid for pool pH control. Today, we will take a look at some of reasons to reduce the use of muriatic acid relation to helping balance total alkalinity and maintain pool water balance in swimming pools.
- Muriatic acid is a volatile chemical that can cause various types of health problems when fumes are inhaled or when it comes in direct contact with the skin.
- Spills or splashes can damage pool decks and surrounding areas.
- Not very safe to store so it needs to be used right away.
- Muriatic acid lowers the alkalinity in the water, so Alkalinity Up must be used which also increases the pH counteracting the lowered pH.
Reducing the use of pool chemicals has numerous health, safety, and cost benefits. Clearwater Pools Systems is proud to offer a three-part solution designed to help reduce the overall need for chemicals in both residential and commercial pools.
MineralPURE® pool ionization system and OzoneMAX™ ultraviolet ozone system can safely reduce the need for chlorine by up to 95% when used together. When it comes to muriatic acid, the pHPure™ system not only reduces the need for this harmful chemical, but it helps prevent the effects of a muriatic acid swimming pool and promotes healthy pool water balance. pHPure™ is a CO2 injection for pools designed to balance total alkalinity, stabilize pool pH control, and maintain pool water balance.
If you are ready to reduce the use of pool chemicals, then the three-part Clearwater Pool Systems would be a very wise investment that ultimately pays for itself. Homeowners can order online at Home Depot. If you operate a commercial pool, please connect with the authorized dealer nearest to you or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your satisfaction is guaranteed, so why not give it a try today? You will not be disappointed!