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Hot Tub & Spa Safety Tips - Guide for a Safer Soak

Hot Tub & Spa Safety Tips - Guide for a Safer Soak

…musty odor, is indicative of poor sanitation and excess contaminants.Shock with dichlor to clean up problem water, and add Oxy-Spa Non-chlorine Shock after each use to prevent cloudiness. This oxidizing process breaks down the organic material that feeds bacteria and algae, and also improves…
Sanitizers - Comparison guide to help you choose wisely

Sanitizers - Comparison guide to help you choose wisely

…with Cleanwater Prep calcium sequestrant. Requires regular shocking with OxySpa non-chlorine shock. Ozone compatible. workswith chlorine (and bromine), so Dichlor Granular Chlorinecanbe used at startup, and as occasional shock if needed. Sea Klear Natural Clarifier is the recommended clarifier.…
All About Chlorine - Which Type to Use & How to Use it

All About Chlorine - Which Type to Use & How to Use it

…is higher than free chlorine, that indicates the presence of combined chlorine. In that case you need to shock or superchlorinate your pool or spa. Shocking with OxySpa non-chlorine MPS shock, or dichlor in an extra large dose will actually oxidize the combined chlorine and destroy the chloramines.…
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