Item # 4839P
For the best results:
- Keep the total alkalinity at 80-120 parts per million (ppm).
- Use a reliable test kit to measure the total alkalinity concentration of your pool water.
- If the alkalinity is below 80 parts per million, add the pool balancer to the deep end of the pool.
- Pool pH will not adjust easily if it’s too high, which may lead to cloudy water. To lower the total alkalinity, use Doheny’s pH minus.
Bryan's review should be taken with a grain of baking soda! Review by Joe
Bryan was using a measuring cup that measures volume, not weight, to say that he didn't get what he paid for. The only way that works is if the density is 1 lb. (weight) = 16oz or 1 lb. (volume), which I'm pretty sure isn't the case. Perhaps he should load the next one on a scale before he complains. According to a quick Google check, the density of Alkalinity Up is 2.3 lbs/pint (16 oz), so it seems to me he might have gotten more than what he paid for. According to Bryan's scooping, his Alkalinity Up's density is 1.31, which would make sense since it's granulated/powder and not one big solid hunk. (Notice it's still higher than 1!) Can't blame Doheny's on this one, it's SCIENCE!
Not a full bucket Review by Bryan
I ordered a 25 lb bucket because I was told to put 17 lbs in the pool. When I opened it it was very low. About 3/4 full. I scooped out 17 16oz. cups and I had two left. I called Dohenys and instead of the response of "the customer is always right" I get "well FedEx listed it at 25lbs." So I guess I'm lying. They lost a customer and I hope more with this review.
Superior Review by RT
Works quickly and accurately. Shared this with the neighbors it was so good.
Great Product Review by steigrafx
Been using this product for years. Always works as advertised. I don't know what I'd do without it -- Water Warehouse is terrific. Thanks!
Alkalinity Up Review by Guest
You can not beat the product and the price. Supper fast shipping!!