How to Keep Jacuzzi Chemicals Balanced?

You need to monitor the quality of your water and make sure that the chemical content is of the appropriate levels. This ensures that your Jacuzzi water is free from bacteria, and other contaminants.

Filling your Jacuzzi (בריכות ספא) with water for the first time, there are important notes that you must know about balancing the amount of Jacuzzi spa and chemicals to use. Every two to three months, the water in your Jacuzzi needs to be drained and replaced. This means that you will need to add chemicals again. Make sure you follow the instructions on the labels of your chemicals, so the measurements are exact and the manner of adding is right.

You need to do water quality testing every week. Parameters that you must check are alkalinity, salinity, pH, and bromine content. Bromine helps keep bacteria from thriving in the water, so every week you need to put about four to six bromine tablets in the water. When you scum forming along the walls of your Jacuzzi, especially near the water level, you need to scrub them out. You can buy other cleaning products specially designed to clean the water as well as the lining of your Jacuzzi. Always have a good supply of tub chemicals handy, so you are always prepared no matter what season it is.

You have to do a daily run of your spa water filters (ג׳קוזי לחצר) on low speed for about three hours per day. This circulates the water and prevents build up of dirt. If you have a bromine floater, which disperses the tablets to clean the water, make sure it is filled every week. Remove the floater when you are using the Jacuzzi.

Jacuzzi and spa chemicals (ג׳קוזי לחצר) are the handy tools that help Jacuzzi owners make the most of their spa experience. You can always inquire with your Jacuzzi dealer or your pool cleaning services to be well guided on the do’s and don’ts in spa maintenance. Make sure you find affordable deals on these chemicals, so you can save hundreds of dollars as compared to hiring a cleaning service to do the trick.

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