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Leisure Time Spa 56 Chlorinating Granules


Concentrated granular chlorine sanitizes and disinfects hot water. EPA approved reliable, easy-to-use source of concentrated chlorine. Shock spa after each use to maintain clean & properly sanitized.
EPA approved Spa Shock Treatment
  • Concentrated shock for hot tubs and spas effectively sanitizes and disinfects


  • Shock your spa after each use to destroy organic bather waste.


  • Maintains clean, clear & properly sanitized spa & hot tub water.


  • Provides a reliable and easy-to-use source of concentrated chlorine.


  • Spa 56 Chlorinating Granules has 56% available granulated chlorine.

Qty. Item No. Item Name ONLY! 
Y5070   2 Lbs.   $16.99  


Y5072   5 Lbs.   $44.99  


Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Why do I need to Shock the Spa?
A: Your daily sanitation of your spa can use some help now and again. Raising the chlorine level with spa shock will oxidize contaminants, pathogens and bacteria that have evaded your regular sanitizer.

Q: How often do I need to Shock my Spa?
A: It depends on usage. If you use the spa several times per week, perhaps with several people, use spa chlorine granules weekly. If your spa or hot tub sees little usage, just a few times per month, a monthly spa shock should suffice.

Q: How do I shock the Spa with chlorinating granules?
A: Follow label instructions, of course. Generally speaking, however, you should first check the pH to make sure that it is on the low side, 7.2-7.4, then pour the spa shock into the water, in the amount specified on the Spa 56 chlorine bottle.

Q: Can I use Spa 56 chlorine granules for my everyday chlorination?
A: You could, but it's not very economical to use spa shock to establish a daily chlorine residual. 1" chlorine (or bromine) tablets will last longer, and you will avoid the peaks and valleys of very high and very low chlorine levels in your spa.

Q: How long should I wait to use the spa after I have used Spa 56 Chlorinating Granules?
A: Follow label instructions, which tell you to wait until chlorine level is below 3-5ppm. If you decide not to delay, you may experience skin irritation or even bleach your swim suit if there is too much spa shock in the hot tub.





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