FROG Method

IMPORTANT:

  • Always read and refer to your owner’s manual
  • Test your water with a test strip after each use and weekly when not in use
  • Do NOT use your hot tub when the chlorine level is above 5ppm

Water Care Guides

Start-Up

Filling
Re-filling

Regular Maintenance

After each use
Weekly
Monthly
Quarterly

Trouble-shooting

Cloudy water
Eye/skin irritation
Scum lines & odors
Excessive foaming

Chemical & Mineral Levels

Bromine

Okay levels: 0.5 - 2ppm

Raise: Self-regulated by @ease Floating System

Chlorine

Okay levels: 0.5 - 1ppm

Raise: Renew

Alkalinity

Okay levels: 80 - 120ppm

Raise: Spa Up

Lower: Spa Down

pH

Okay levels: 7.2 - 7.8

Raise: Spa Up

Lower: Spa Down

Frequently Asked Questions

SHOULD I WEAR GOGGLES WHEN HANDLING CHEMICALS?

Wearing goggles is recommended when handling liquid chemicals. Gloves should be worn no matter the chemical type.

HOW DO I LOWER THE CHLORINE LEVELS IN MY SPA?

If you’ve added too much chlorine to your spa, the fastest method to bring your water back to the recommended ppm levels is to drain water from your spa, replacing it with fresh water from a hose.

WHAT DOES SHOCK DO?

Shocking your spa water means that you are oxidizing the sanitizing chemical, in this case Bromine. This can be accomplished using a chlorine or non-chlorine shocking agent. An advantage of non-chlorine shock is that it allows you to enter the spa much sooner than chlorine. The disadvantage of non-chlorine compounds is that they will not eliminate combined chlorine such as breakpoint chlorination.