$ 10.00
SKU: 42049BIO

Use SPAGUARD CHLORINATING CONCENTRATE As A One Step Sanitizer And Oxidizer. SpaGuard Chlorinating Concentrate Dissolves Without Cloudy Or Insoluble Residue In Water To Provide Effective Chlorine Disinfection. This Product May Be Used As A Superchlorination Treatment To Rid Hot Tub Of Organic Wastes. 

***Note: If you are new to owning a hot tub or are considering a chlorine regimen it is important to note that any "allergies" you may have experienced in a public hot tub or public pool were most likely not an allergic reaction and there is a very small chance that you are actually allergic to chlorine. More importantly if you start on a chlorine regimen and wish to switch off it there is no need to fully drain and refill the unit, simply discontinue use and switch, unfortunately switching from an alternate sanitizer to chlorine would require a full drain and refill of the unit.

Label Directions For Use: Ensure all spa and hot tub equipment is working properly. Backwash or clean the filter system following manufacturer's directions. Adjust pH to between 7.2-7.6. When using other products as outlined in the directions for this product, always follow directions on those products. Spas should be drained and cleaned at least every 60 days or whenever water becomes difficult to manage or keep clear. Bath oils, salts and lotions should not be used unless specifically formulated for use in spas and hot tubs as they can lead to cloudy water.

Label Directions For Maintenance Doses: With pump on, add 1/2 teaspoon of this product per 100 gallons of water or 5 teaspoons per 1,000 gallons as an initial treatment. Repeat at 15 to 20 minute intervals until a residual of 3-5ppm of available chlorine is established as determined by test kit. A test kit must be used regularly to determine the frequency of additional doses of this product needed to maintain the chlorine residual of 3-5ppm.

Label Directions For Superchlorination: Use 1 teaspoon of this product per 100 gallons of water (or 1/2 cup per 1,000 gallons). Superchlorination may be needed on a nightly basis in a heavily used spa or as infrequently as once a week in a moderately used spa.