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 Hot Tub Chemicals and Their Uses

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PostSubject: Hot Tub Chemicals and Their Uses   Wed Jan 09, 2013 6:14 am

Hot tub chemicals play important role in the proper maintenance and cleanliness of hot tubs. Owning a hot tub is always a beneficial in order to acquire the best health but some time it may cause infection if not cleaned properly. To get all the health benefits of hot tub it is highly recommended sanitizing them in order to ensure health and safety. There are different hot tub chemical available in the market which are categorized in to sanitizers, water oxidizers, essential chemicals and fragrant chemicals.

Sanitizers: These chemicals are meant for keeping the hot tubs free from any bacterial and viral infection. They are helpful to keep the hygiene levels of water high. These chemical kill the bacteria which proliferate in the warm water. Sanitizers basically help to reduce the skin infection and bacterial infections. There are very common hot tub chemicals which you can use to keep the hot tub clean and disinfectant. Chlorine and bromine are the most preferred sanitizers. Chlorine and bromine are used for sanitizing swim spas and hot tubs.

Bromine is more commonly used as a sanitizer because it is suitable in different pH level of water. These sanitizers are available in the form of tablets or granules. To ensure proper sanitizing it is better to dissolve these sanitizers properly. Also test the pH of water before using these chemicals to ensure proper usage and maintenance. PH strips are used to find the pH level of water whether it is acidic or alkaline. The nature of water helps to find out the suitable sanitizer. Imbalance in the pH level of water can cause many skin problems and infection. Therefore proper testing is required before using these chemicals in the water. Sodium bisulfate or sodium bicarbonate is used to maintain the proper the PH level of water. There are many other hot tub chemicals which are used as sanitizers to keep them in perfect condition.

The other chemicals which are used to enhance the experience of hot tubs are aromatherapy chemicals. These are the fragment chemicals which are also helpful to provide nourishment to the body. The aromatherapy helps to keep the body fresh, active and also enhance the glow on skin. Most of the spas provide the aromatherapy at high cost but by using these chemicals you can enjoy this aromatherapy at home. Therefore hot tub chemicals are essential to get better health and keep the body free from infection. This will also improve your experience while using hot tubs.
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PostSubject: Re: Hot Tub Chemicals and Their Uses   Thu Apr 04, 2013 5:51 am

Hey what are the chemicals which were used for maintaining the purity of water...
Chemicals must be not too costl Smile
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