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Chlor 62 Granular Chlorine Spa Sanitizer 2 Lb 92000SB

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  • Granular chlorine for hot tub sanitizing. 92000SB
  • Chlor 62 Granular Chlorine Spa Sanitizer 2 Lb 92000SB
Now: $19.97
RRP: $24.95


Spa Breeze line has been replaced by Spa Choice  47233031 

When you order this sku you will receive 2lbs of Spa Choice quality hot tub sanitizing granular chlorine. 


Granular chlorine sanitizer for hot tub spa water.  Now shipping this item as part 47239975 and ONLY FOR Iowa, Illinois or Wisconsin.   Otherwise, see the Spa Choice version of Chlorine granules:Spa Choice granular chlorine

Spa Choice granular chlorine version/

We cannot ship spa chemicals outside of the continental U.S.A.

Specially formulated granular chlorine disinfects and sanitizes hot water and is specifically for use in spas and hot tubs. After your spa has been filled, add 1 level tablespoon of chlorine to supershock the water and to establish a chlorine residual.  Allow the spa to circulate until a chlorine reading of 1-3 ppm is attained; do not use your spa until the level has been reached. 

At this time, test the water again to ensure that the pH is between 7.4 - 7.8.  If pH is below 7.4 add pH Up and if it s above 7.8 add pH Down.

Need a whole Chlorine based starter kit?  Hot Tub Outpost offers a set including chlorine granular, pH Up and Down, First Step, Refresh, Sparkle, Test Strips and more.



Instructions for Use: (as per label)

Before bathing, test water, pH, chlorine residual and alkalinity using a suitable test kit or test strips. Adjust chlorine residual to 3.0 ppm.

After bathing superchlorinate to 6.0 ppm (1 level tablespoon per 500 gallons of water). Use a chlorine stabilizer, especially outdoors, to prolong
chlorine residual. Maintain pH of water between 7.2 and 7.6 and total alkalinity between 125 and 175 ppm with the addition of sodium bicarbonate or diluted muriatic acid.

This product does not affect pH or alkalinity of water. One tenth oz. (1/2 tsp.) per 500 gal. of water gives 1.0
ppm and 1 level tbsp. gives 6.0 ppm of chlorine. To use, spread granules into water with jets running.
Bathing can start at once.

Chlorine or Bromine?  Choose one sanitizer and stick with it - never mix chlorine and bromine.

With 4 bathers in a 500 gal. spa, a 2.0 ppm chlorine residual can drop below the minimum 1.0 ppm in 15 to 20
minutes. Less water or more bathers will accelerate loss. Test often and keep chlorine residual above 1.0 ppm.

Weekly, superchlorinate water to 5 or 6 ppm. Do not bathe until chlorine drops to 3.0 ppm. Draining and cleaning of spa is recommended whenever
the water becomes difficult to manage.




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