Don’t know how many gallons of water are in your hot tub? How can you know whether you’re adding enough sanitizer? Don’t guess. Get the data you need.
If you aren't a fan of bromine and chlorine in your hot tub, these alternative sanitizers will give you more cleaning options for your water.
Thinking about kicking caustic chlorine to the curb? Consider switching to a hot tub mineral sanitizer for clean water, softer skin and easier maintenance.
Knowing how often to change hot tub water is key to good spa ownership. Sanitizer and shock only do so much. Eventually, you'll need to start fresh.
Are you stumped about how to lower water hardness in your hot tub? Or how to raise it? Avoid corrosion by learning the basics of calcium hardness in spas.
You must know how to shock your hot tub to keep it clean and sanitary. Have you been doing it right? Or at all? Learn when, why, and how to add spa shock.
Looking for how to raise the pH in your hot tub? Or maybe how to lower the pH in your hot tub? Well, look no further. It's all right here.
Do you know which hot tub chemicals you need to keep the water balanced? What about when and how to add them? Get a hot tub chemistry education right here.
Got too much chlorine or bromine in your hot tub? Either one can irritate your skin and damage your spa. Here's how to lower them quickly and easily.
Too hot? Too cold? Discover everything you need to know to enjoy the hot tub temperature that's safe and just right for you.
Love your hot tub but hate what chlorine does to your skin and hair? Consider converting to a salt water hot tub. We're pretty sure you'll never go back.
Will bromine tablets keep your spa clean or are chlorine granules better? Which one costs more and which one is gentler? Find out which one's right for you.
You test your water, add chemicals, and clean your spa from time to time. But what else could you be doing to make those maintenance chores even easier?