You will need to test and adjust the chemical balance of your spa water. Although this is not difficult, it needs to be done regularly.
Depending on your choice of sanitizer, you need to test the level of calcium hardness, total alkalinity, and pH. Spa owners with a Cal Clarity II bromine generator also need to check total dissolved solids and phosphates.
Sanitizers kill bacteria and viruses and keep the water clean. A low sanitizer level will allow microbes to grow quickly in the spa water. We recommend using either chlorine or bromine as your sanitizer.
Spa owners with an ozonator or the Pure Cure system also need to add sanitizer, although their requirements are different.
Cleaning your filter regularly is the easiest and most effective single thing you can do to keep your water clear. A clogged or dirty filter will cause the heater and pump to work harder than they need to, possibly causing them to fail.
The spa’s heating system will only function with the proper amount of water flow through the system.
Clear water requires regular maintenance. Establish a routine based on a regular schedule for your spa water maintenance.
Maintaining your water quality helps the enjoyment of your spa and extends your spa’s life by preventing damage from neglect and chemical abuse.