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Directions

The Natural Hot Tub Company Enzymes for a better hot tub and spa experience
New Spa Directions..
1. Flush garden hose with 1/2 tsp of chlorine granules (99% sodium dichlor), this is done by shutting off nozzle end of hose and let sit for 5-minutes, then flush. Water mold, bacteria, etc.. have collected in hose and will contaminate the spa water.
2. Fill spa. A garden hose Pre-Filter is recommended.
3. Add 1/2 oz Spa Chlorine Granules (99% sodium dichlor) to water for spas up to 500 gallons.
4. After temperature reaches 90 degrees or above, add 1-bottle of all natural Water Treatment & Conditioner. (1/2-bottle for spas up to 250 gallons or 1-full bottle for spas up to 500 gallons)
5. Run all pumps on high with all jets open for 5-minutes & enjoy. Check your water with a reliable test strip the next day, and only adjust if necessary.
6. Add recommended amount of Water Treatment & Conditioner every 3-months.
Note.. New spas are water tested at the factory and some still have this old water left in the lines. 'Shocking' the water with 1-oz of Spa Chlorine Granules (99% sodium dichlor) the first day is recommended to resolve this issue. Important: Always leave all jets including neck jets, waterfalls, etc.. open slightly when spa is not in use, this will allow our enzymes to circulate fully within the spa. Shocking every week or two is recommended.
 
Conversion Directions For Older Spas..
This conversion takes 5-days. This product works well in removing past chemical build-up in spas equipment and lines. This water will have a higher concentration of chemicals used in the past and the spa should not be used during this time. Please read instructions completely before starting. This 5-day process is designed to clean away contaminates already present deep within spa plumbing, fittings and equipment. You may use the Penetrating Spa Cleanser in your existing water, regardless of how old the water is or what chemicals have been used in the past. This is a good time to inspect your cover for any tears, which would allow contaminated water to drip back into your spa water. If your cover has any rips or tears we highly recommend purchasing a new one. Also a cover lift is a good way to preserve your cover and make your spa experience even more enjoyable.
1. Remove filter(s) and leave out during this 5-day cleansing cycle.
2. Add 1-full bottle of the Penetrating Spa Cleanser into existing water, be sure all jets are open. 2-bottles are recommended if spa is over 5-yrs old.
3. Maintain temperature at 90 degrees or higher & run filtration for a minimum of 6-8 hrs per day, 24-7 is best.
4. After 5-days turn off breaker & drain.
5. Clean under headrests & bottom of cover with a small amount of household bleach & water. The all natural Filter-Soak or Penetrating Spa Cleanser may also be used (1-capful to 1-cup of warm water).
6. 'Back Flush' by shutting off spa drain, put garden hose into the filter area, & fill until bottom area of spa is full. Rinse thoroughly & drain this water out.
7. Put clean or new filter(s) back in, turn breaker on, & refill your spa using a garden hose Pre-Filter.
8. Add 1-oz for up to 500 gallon spas / 1/2-oz for up to 250 gallon spas of Spa Chlorine Granules (99% sodium dichlor) .
9. After temperature reaches 90 degrees or above, add the all natural Water Treatment & Conditioner. (1/2-bottle for spas up to 250 gallon & 1-full bottle for spas up to 500 gallons).
10. Run pumps on high with all jets open for 5-minutes & enjoy. Check your water with a reliable test strip the next day, and only adjust if necessary.
11. Add recommended amount of Water Treatment & Conditioner every 3-months.
12. Important: Always leave all jets including neck jets, waterfalls, etc.. open slightly when spa is not in use, this will allow our enzymes to circulate fully within the spa.
Shocking every week or two is recommended with the 99% Sodium Dichlor.
*Why 99% Sodium Dichlor?...
Because this particular type of sanitizer will dissipate out of the spa water quickly so you don't have to soak in it, or breathe the fumes.
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