Ozone 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

Chlorine

Okay levels: 3 - 5ppm

Raise: Renew

Calcium Hardness

Okay levels: 250 - 450ppm

Raise: Calcium Booster

Lower: Defender

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 levels back to 3-5ppm 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.