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FAQ Water Chemistry

FAQ Water Chemistry

…water. We recommend the addition of a non-chlorine oxygen-based shocking compound(Oxy-Spa) regularly.Back to MenuIs there a difference between shocking compounds?Definitely. There are chlorine producing shocks, and non-chlorine shock treatments such as our Oxy-Spa that release oxygen to breakdown…
Sanitizers

Sanitizers

…with Cleanwater Prep calcium sequestrant. Requires regular shocking with OxySpa non-chlorine shock. Ozone compatible. Compatible with chlorine (and bromine), so Dichlor Granular Chlorine may also be used at startup, and as an occasional shock if needed. Sea Klear Natural Clarifier is the recommended…
Above Ground Pools Maintenance

Above Ground Pools Maintenance

…algae.Periodic shock treatments break down these chloramines and oxidize organic contaminants. We recommend shocking with Dichlor if needed, per the label directions. (Do not enter the pool if the residual chlorine is above 3 ppm). In addition, non-chlorine Oxy-Spa oxidizing shock is an odor free,…
Hot Tub Cover Care

Hot Tub Cover Care

…Vinyl Jacket(Indicated if odor is a problem)Unzip the jacket and carefully remove the foam cores.Clean the inside of the jacket with Clean All and a soft brush.Clean the cores plastic vapor barrier.Spray off surfaces with garden hose.Towel-dry all surfaces, and allow for additional air-dry time of…
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