So, you regularly clean your hot tub, you've cleaned the filters and replaced them regularly, and also invested in some hardnessincreaser and descaler, you’ve mastered the art of balancing your water from a Total Alkalinity & pH aspect but, what do you do though if you are still finding that your hot tub water is looking a little discoloured and there are some unpleasant odours coming from it?
What is Spa Non Chlorine Shock, So the why, the what, and the when around hot tub shock:
Before you drain all the water away, don't be so rash.
While this is certainly an option, it is not the only one.
As with any hot tub, it's important to manage all your levels and test the water regularly using a test kit or test strips
Shock granules can generally be used once a week to shock your hot tub
What these hot tub chemical products do is break down the minuscule bits you don't see such as unfiltered waste and organic contaminants.
If you are currently using a Bromine sanitizer in your hot tub, the great news is that our Non-Oxy-ShockChlorine products can also help the effectiveness of that sanitizer and help kill bacteria. Not only this Non ChlorineShock granules or hot tub shock treatment can be used in a chlorinated or brominated water environment and will aid either bromine or chlorine levels
Although you may find it a little alarming to discover that yet another chemical on top of all the other chemicals you are using is required, you need to see it as an investment that ensures your hot tub stays in good working condition and the water is safe.
Oxy-Shock products can help to ensure the spa water or swimming pool water stays as sanitary as possible for as long as possible; which in the long run can save you a lot of money and negate the need for draining it completely as regularly.
Other options in the shock range to either shock your pool or shock your hot tub is Calcium Hypochlorite Granules (chlorine-based shock) this type of shock is great to help you eliminate and fight against bacteria growth but limited to chlorine-based water environments.