Great for start-up and opening, this kit has all the essentials for either spa or swimming pool maintenance. Complete with Bromine tabs, non-chlorine spa shock, pH increaser, pH decreaser, test strips and metal out.
Spa Start-up Kit Components:
- 1 inch Bromine Tabs (3.5 lbs)
Bromine is a powerful and effective sanitizer like chlorine, but it is much less irritating to your skin and eyes, produces no chlorine odor and makes your pool or spa water silky smooth. It is a pre-stabilized chemical, so it does not require the use of stabilizers, which saves you money and enhances your pool enjoyment.
Bromine's unique feature is that the dead or used bromine cells that normally get filtered or splashed out of the water can be re-used as long as new bromine is being introduced into the water and reusing these cells saves you money in the long run!
- Spa Care Non-Chlorine Spa Shock (2.2 lbs)
Powerful non-chlorine shock is long-lasting and dissolves completely and should be used weekly to oxidize organic contaminants, reduce chlorine odor and increase water clarity.
Dosage: 2 oz. (1/4 cup) per 500 gallons weekly, or more often for heavy bather loads.
- Metal Out (16 oz)
Helps eliminate iron and other metallic stains that can occur in spas, and effectively disperses precipitated metals and other staining agents into your spa water.
Metal Out can also be used to gradually remove an existing stain!
Dosage: 16 oz. per 500 gallons (maintenance) or 32 oz. per 500 gallons (stain-removal).
- Spa pH Plus (2 lbs.)
The key to proper spa chemistry is pH. When the pH drops below 7.2, just add Spa pH Plus powder. Low pH leads to acidic water conditions that can cause eye irritation, chlorine odor and corrosion.
Dosage: 2 Tablespoons per 500 gallons.
- Spa pH Minus (1.5 lbs.)
When the pH level in your spa is above 7.6, just add Spa pH Minus powder to decrease the level. Proper pH levels are critical to maintaining proper water chemistry.
Dosage: 1 Tablespoon per 500 gallons.
- AquaCheck 4-Way Bromine Test Strips (50 ct)
4-Way Strips Measure: Total Alkalinity, pH, Bromine & Cyanuric Acid