How often do you think about sanitizing your hot tub? I bet not as often as you should be. This is the one thing that keeps bacteria and algae from forming in your hot tub, so it’s important to keep up with it. There are two types of sanitizers: chlorine or bromine. Both work well, but some people prefer using chlorine because they don’t want to use chemicals in their water. They also like how quickly the chlorine dissipates into the air after it has done its job of killing any harmful organisms in the water. If you’re someone who wants a more natural option then go ahead and try out our bromine-based or another sanitizer!
There are a few hot tub chemicals you absolutely must have and some that aren't necessary. Here's what chemicals you need and how to add them.
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.
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.
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.