Can I use pool chemicals for our water bed

Bernie
Asked Aug 07, 2010
I would read the information in the link below first:

http://www.healthyhouseinstitute.com/a_839-Water_Bed_Odors
Rob
Answered Aug 07, 2010
I wouldn't. Swimming pool chemicals may be too strong and eat through the rubber bladder causing you to spring a leak in your bed.
myexpertopinion
Answered Oct 10, 2010
Yes Otherwise you get fungus forming in the water.You can remove the air pockets..
for more see here:
http://www.aurorapoolsandspas.com/products/1/5/Pool_Chemicals.html
madijay
Answered Mar 26, 2013
swimming pool is much better for pool chemical....http://www.aurorapoolsandspas.com/category/1/pools.html
edward456
Answered Nov 22, 2013
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earmark01
Answered Jan 03, 2014
hi....Here is some information that could be helpful for you. http://www.bigreddecorativeconcrete.com/pool-decks-patios.php
PoolPatios99
Answered Jun 19, 2014
Yes, you can add chlorine or non-chlorine chemicals to your pool in order to rise the "free chlorineā€¯ level to a point where contaminants such as algae and bacteria are destroyed. On average, it is recommended that you shock your pool every two weeks, or once a week during peak swimming season. https://www.coversinplay.com
Poolcovers12
Answered Feb 14, 2018

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