With so many questions, and as many different answers about chlorine use in hot tubs, it’s time to set the
You are a good water chemist. You always maintain the pH, TA, hardness, and sanitizer levels. You shock the water after each use, and do a drain and refill every 3-4 months.
Sometimes though, that just is not good enough, and on occasion, your water gets cloudy. Maybe you get an oily scum ring at the water line as well. If so, it is time to try a good clarifier!
Even seasoned hot tub owners miss out on things that can make ownership easier. Here are 5 simple things you may not have heard about, plus a cheeky little bonus!
Low pH and TA can irritate skin, so the first order of business is to get those levels where they belong.
Do you have black or white specks or pink colored film in your water? Have you ever opened your spa cover
Why Spa Water Has a Green Tint Is your hot tub suffering from green spa water? You’re definitely not alone.
Bromine: The OTHER Hot Tub Sanitizer This guide can answer the popular questions: “What is Bromine?” and “What sanitizer should
How They Work and Why You Should (or Shouldn’t) Convert Your Spa Saltwater Systems for Hot Tubs What comes to
A Quick Guide to Hot Tub Filter Maintenance Spa filters may be more important than you realize. They skim out most
Slow your scroll!! Read this article to learn spa chemistry the easy way. You’ll look like a genius!
Efficient and low maintenance, UV-C treatment is a growing trend in hot tubs, and for good reason! Ultraviolet light has
You’ve purchased one of those awesome above-ground pools to beat the summer heat and now you’re wondering “How do I keep this thing clean?”. Don’t fret! We will walk you through the steps in this Easy Guide to Above-Ground Pool Care!
You test and balance your hot tub water routinely, so what happens when you’re on vacation and no one is
A hot tub sanitizer kills bacteria and purifies the water. The sanitizer is the most critical component to a healthy
Do you ever open your spa cover and find the tub full of foamy water? This is a common hot