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Hot Tub Chemicals

One of the most enjoyable ways to unwind after a long day is by having your own hot tub. With proper maintenance, your hot tub can provide countless hours of relaxation and entertainment for you and your family. There are various types of hot tubs available, ranging from inflatable and wooden to custom-built ones. At Pool Chemical Products, we specialise in providing a wide range of cheap hot tub chemicals that will help you maintain your hot tub in top condition.

Our hot tub chemical products are sourced from reliable brands like Relax and Aquasplash. We cater to different hot tub owners, whether you are a beginner or a seasoned owner looking for more advanced hot tub chemical. Our range includes hot tub chemicals for dummies and a comprehensive guide to assist you in making the right choice.

To keep your hot tub water crystal clear, we offer a range of hot tub water chemicals that are safe and effective. Our products are easy to use and come with clear instructions to ensure that you maintain the right balance of chemicals in your hot tub. Whether you need hot tub chemicals for regular maintenance or for treating specific water problems, we have the right products for you.

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Hot tub and spa chemicals

Sanitiser: This helps to kill bacteria and other microorganisms that can build up in the water. Chlorine and bromine are the most common types of sanitiser used in hot tubs.

pH balancer: Hot tub water should have a pH level between 7.2 and 7.8. If the pH is too low, the water can become acidic and irritate the skin and eyes. If the pH is too high, the water can become basic and cause the sanitiser to be less effective. You can use pH plus or pH minus and adjust the pH to the proper range.

No-foam: This chemical helps reduce the amount of foam that can sometimes form in hot tub water. 

A sanitiser is essential for killing harmful microorganisms in the hot tub water. Chlorine and bromine are the most common sanitisers, and the recommended sanitiser level is 3-5 ppm (parts per million).

The pH level of hot tub water should be between 7.2 and 7.8. A pH adjuster, such as sodium carbonate or sodium bisulfate, is needed to maintain the proper pH level.

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Both chlorine and bromine are commonly used as sanitisers in hot tubs to kill bacteria and other contaminants. The choice between the two often comes down to personal preference, as both have their benefits and drawbacks.
Chlorine is a strong and effective sanitiser that is widely available and relatively inexpensive. It is easy to use and can be added directly to the hot tub water in the form of tablets or granules. However, it can have a strong, unpleasant smell and can cause eye and skin irritation in some people. Chemicals for hot tub maintenance

Bromine is another effective sanitiser that is often used in hot tubs. It is less harsh than chlorine, has a milder smell, and is less likely to cause eye and skin irritation. However, it is more expensive than chlorine.

Ultimately, choosing chlorine and bromine for your hot tub will depend on your preferences and budget. It is essential to regularly test and maintain the proper levels of sanitiser in your hot tub to ensure clean and safe water for all users.

The recommended total alkalinity level in a hot tub is between 80 and 120 ppm. An alkalinity adjuster, such as sodium bicarbonate, is needed to maintain the proper total alkalinity level.

Shocking the hot tub water is important to eliminate organic matter and contaminants. Shock treatment should be done on a weekly basis or after heavy use. Both chlorine and non-chlorine shock can be used.

Stain and scale control products, such as sequestering agents, are used to prevent stains and scale build-up caused by minerals in the hot tub water.

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Maintaining the perfect balance of chemicals in your hot tub is essential for ensuring a clean, safe, and enjoyable experience. Our comprehensive range of high-quality spa chemicals is specifically designed to keep your water crystal clear, bacteria-free, and gentle on your skin. Using our reliable and easy-to-use products, you can effortlessly maintain the ideal water conditions, leaving you with more time to relax and enjoy the soothing benefits of your hot tub. Discover the difference our spa chemicals can make and transform your hot tub experience today.

If you have questions about our chemical products, we are here to help. You can also check out the Frequently Asked Questions page for answers!

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