Amerse Shock 2 lbs
Shock is an important part of hot tub maintenance, as it helps keep the water safe and healthy for users.
Here are some things you should know about using shock (Calcium Hypochlorite) for hot tubs
When to shock:
Hot tubs should be shocked on a regular basis, typically once a week or after heavy use. Additionally, hot tubs should be shocked after any contamination event, such as a user with a skin infection, or after heavy rain or wind that can introduce debris into the water.
How to shock:
To shock a hot tub, you will need to add a large dose of sanitizer to the water, according to the manufacturer’s instructions. It’s important to follow the instructions carefully, as overuse of shock can cause irritation to the skin and eyes.
When handling shock, it’s important to take proper safety precautions, such as wearing gloves and eye protection. Additionally, it’s a good idea to wait until the shock has dissolved and the sanitizer level has returned to safe levels before using the hot tub again.
After shocking the hot tub, it’s important to test the water to ensure that the sanitizer level is within the appropriate range. This will help ensure that the water is safe and healthy for users.
By using the right type of shock at the appropriate times, and by following proper safety precautions and testing the water regularly, you can help ensure that your hot tub is a safe and healthy environment for all users.