Which of these spa water maintenance tasks are grinding your gears?
The idea of owning a spa is something many of us have fantasized about. Coming home from a long day at work, pouring yourself your favourite drink and melting away the day’s problems in your very own spa. You purchase the spa but pretty soon the honey moon period wears off and the reality of spa ownership begins to bite.
Let’s face it most people use chlorine or bromine in their spa and it’s a balancing act trying to ensure the right levels are kept. Too much and your going to leave half your skin behind in the water, not enough and you end up with water which resembles the local swamp resulting in having to dump the water and start all over again!
Maintaining correct pH and alkalinity
The constant battle of keeping pH and alkalinity in check is one of the more frustrating tasks faced by spa owners. Correct pH and alkalinity ensures spa sanitizers work correctly, keeps the water comfortable for bathers and helps safeguard the inner workings of your spa. Spa owners that use traditional spa chemicals know how frustrating this can be trying to keep in that ideal range as the addition of sanitizers and the byproducts produced by these chemicals are the main reason for the difficulty in maintain correct levels.
Pool and spa shops
Nothing is more annoying than having to drive around town to pick up spa chemicals. Most spa chemical systems have a myriad of products that all claim to do different things. Often after driving away from the pool and spa shop with your chemicals you realize you have been talked into buying a heap of other products you didn’t know you needed and you’re a lot lighter in the pocket.
Shocking cloudy water
Are you having to regularly shock your spa to fix cloudy water? Cloudy water can occur after your spa’s water is subjected to frequent and heavy bather loads. Not only does the water become turbid but when spa chemicals such as chlorine and bromine react with body waste left behind by bathers they create noxious smells. Its when this occurs that most people add yet another chemical in the form of spa shock to help correct the water clarity.
How many times a year do you have to change your water? We all pretty much nowadays lead busy lives and spa water maintenance can get away from you and often it’s just easier to dump the water and start again, right? Even the most fastidious spa owner will more than likely change their water 3-4 times a year due to the build up of TDS (total dissolvable solids) created by spa chemicals reacting with body waste. The whole process of emptying, cleaning and refilling your spa can often chew into your precious weekend.
If you’re a victim of any of the above problems you may be interested to know that there is a way out of being a slave to your spa!
The Clear Choice all natural spa water maintenance system addresses all these problems and helps bring the joy back to spa ownership. Best of all Clear Choice is 100% free of toxic chemicals, easy to use and great value for money.
No more itchy skin, faded bathing suits and no corrosion for your spa!
~ Gavin Wright