There’s nothing quite like relaxing in a Beachcomber hot tub with your loved ones. It’s the perfect way to spend an afternoon catching up.
While relaxing, a large bather load in your hot tub can cause your water to become dirty very fast. This will force you to add more chemicals, but there are a few steps you need to take when adding chlorine or bromine to your hot tub. Often times, these procedural steps are ignored and chemical levels go to high.
Here are some tips for lowering the amount of hot tub chemicals in your water
Dilute your Water
A very effective way of lowering your chemical levels is by adding more water. By diluting the water, your sanitizer levels with natural fall. If you’re using this technique, be sure that you’re adding at least 2-3 buckets full, depending on how high your chemicals levels are.
In extreme scenarios, it’s best that you do a full drain and fill. This will totally reset your levels. Diluting and lowering your hot tub chemicals will greatly improve your bathing experience.
Beachcomber’s hot tub chemical Neutr-All, is very effective at lowering your all sanitizer levels. Although a great product for lowering sanitizers, we suggest using only a little bit because a lot of it will throw the balance of your tub. Hot tub chemicals need to be managed very precisely and once you’ve used Neutr-all you’ll need to restart all of your water care programs.
Waiting for the sanitizers to become diluted is the best way to deal with high chemical levels. The best way to do this is to remove your hot tub cover and let your hot tub water steam off all of the sanitizer. If you can, try leaving your hot tub in sunlight.
This process should take a day or two, and will significantly lower your chemical levels.
If you have any other questions about water care or hot tubs in general, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.