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Hot Tub Bromine

If you’re new to the world of hot tubs, you may be confused by all the different types of sanitizer. If you’re a swimming pool owner, odds are you’re most familiar with chlorine. While chlorine can work in hot tubs, it’s less stable in the high temperatures and can be trickier to keep balanced than some other options. For spa sanitation, bromine is an excellent choice. In this post, we’ll try to help take the guess work out of hot […]

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Hot Tub Chlorine

  When it comes to swimming pools, chlorine is the sanitizer of choice for most owners. It is relatively inexpensive and when maintained at proper levels, keeps your water crystal clear. When deciding how to sanitize your hot tub, some new owners may assume that chlorine is the default choice. Before you make the leap, here is some good information about hot tub chlorine. About Chlorine Chlorine is a member of the same chemical family as bromine—another common hot tub […]

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Effects of High/Low Hot Tub pH

Are you experiencing scale build up, cloudy water, or having trouble keeping your sanitizer levels where they should be? How about itchy dry skin or burning eyes after using your hot tub? All of these and other issues could be caused by pH outside of the recommended range. It is important to keep your pH levels between 7.2 and 7.8 on the logarithmic pH scale which ranges from 0.0 to 14.0. Having pH levels that are higher than 7.8 or […]

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Leisure Time Hot Tub Chemicals Glossary

Hot Tub Warehouse now carries Leisure Time hot tub chemicals. Leisure Time has a wide range of products providing quality spa care for over 25 years.  Below we have created a glossary of the Leisure Time products we carry to help you know what each one does and figure out which ones you need. Related posts (by relevance): Hot Tub Safety 101: Sanitizer, Water Chemistry, Chemicals, and Water Testing Soft Soak Biguanide Sanitizing System Hot Tub Bromine

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eco one: Earth Friendly Hot Tub Products

Looking for a natural way to simplify your life?  If you are a spa owner Ecoone may be the answer. Specializing in spa products that are simple to use and safer for the environment, people, and pets; Eco one can reduce or eliminate the need for harsh chemicals used in spa maintenance such as metal removers, scum digesters, and clarifiers. Ecoone Spa Products are biodegradable, made from natural raw ingredients, contain no chlorine or phosphate. No petrochemicals are used and […]

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Hot Tub Safety 101: Chemical Storage, Spa Covers, Rails and Steps

Over few weeks we will be running a blog mini-series, Hot Tub Safety 101. Each post we will be covering a different aspect of making sure you are not only enjoying your spa to its fullest potential but being as safe as possible while doing it. In this segment we will be discussing keeping the area around your spa safe for all who are near it.  This includes ways to make sure you are storing your spa chemicals properly, the […]

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Hot Tub Safety 101: Sanitizer, Water Chemistry, Chemicals, and Water Testing

Over the next few posts we will be running a blog mini-series, Hot Tub Safety 101. Each time we will be covering a different aspect of making sure you are not only enjoying your spa to its fullest potential but being as safe as possible while doing it. Today we will be talking all about your water!  When it comes to your spa, the hot water is what makes it so relaxing and enjoyable, unfortunately if not cared for properly […]

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What is a Shock Treatment?

The main purpose of a shock treatment is to break down organic waste contaminants that cause odor and cloudy water. Shocking also converts irritating chloramines back to active chlorine and if a bromine sanitizer is used a shock treatment activates the bromide ion and it becomes hypobromous acid in water, a good sanitizer. Regardless of what type of sanitizer you use in your spa, we recommend shock treating at least once a week to maintain the cleanest clearest water possible. […]

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What is Chlorine?

Chlorine is a member of the same chemical family as bromine. This chemical family known as halogens attacks microorganisms such as bacteria using oxidation and kills them. This is why chlorine and bromine are the two most popular choices for sanitizer in pools and spas. Chlorine is the most commonly used primary sanitizer in swimming pools. Chlorine tends to be less effective than bromine at high temperatures like those in a hot tub when in tablet form and that is […]

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Hot Tub Water Testing

There are 4 primary components that affect spa water quality. <h2>1. Sanitizer (Bromine, Chlorine, Pristine Blue, Spa Frog, Biguanide)</h2> Maintain sanitizer within the recommended levels: Bromine residual = 2 – 6 ppm Brominating Concentrate = 3-6 ppm Brominating Tablets = 2-4 ppm Chlorine residual = 3 – 5 ppm (If your spa is equipped with an ozone generator or you use Spa Frog products, you may choose to maintain the chlorine or bromine at the lower end of their ranges.) […]

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