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Spa Time pH Stable helps making balancing your water extremely simple. Just one easy step for maintain a stable, comfortable pH level that leaves your water feeling softer. pH Stable eliminates the need for many other water balancing treatments you may currently be using.
32 fl oz per 300-500 gallons of water.
- To maintain clear, clean water and ensure the performance of your spa chemicals, spas and hot tubs should be drained and refilled with fresh water at least every 60 days.
- For wooden hot tubs, check pH levls more frequently than for other types of spas. Wooden constructions will absorb chemicals, especially when new, resulting in more frequent pH fluctuations.
- For water hardness testing, use Spa Time test strips. Consult manufacturers literature to determine your spa volume.
- First, drain and clean spa’s surfaces and filter according to manufacturers literature.
The heater should be off before the addition of pH stable. The heater should remain off until all cloudiness has been cleared by filtration. All additions of product should be made with the spa water circulating.
If your fill water has hardness less than 150 ppm, add 1 qt of Spa Time pH Stable per 300 to 500 gallons of spa water. If dissolved calcium is present, the water softening action of Spa Time pH Stable will precipitate the calcium, allowing your filter to remove it. The water may cloud when the product is added, indicating that Spa Tim pH Stable is working to remove excess calcium. If clouding occurs, circulate the spa for 24 hours. Then, remove cartridge filters and rinse away excess calcium with a garden hose. If your fill water has water hardness greater than 150 ppm, add a total of 2 quarts of Spa Time pH Stable for each 300 to 500 gallons of water. Add the first quart and circulate the spa water through the filtration system for 24 hours. Rinse the filters with a garden hose. Add the second quart, and circulate the spa water through the filtration system for 24 hours. Rinse the filters again. Use the Spa Time Test Strips to test the water hardness level after the second application. If water hardness level is greater than 100 ppm, additional applications may be necessary.