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🛑🛑Attention Spa lovers who used Lithium 🛑🛑
As you know Lithium has been taken off the market, but don’t worry we now have a replacement sanitiser for you at a cheaper price!!
Spa Sanitiser Plus is a fast dissolving, Sanitiser & Oxidiser. Ideal replacement for Lithium Hypochlorite. Used in a similar way
Active Constituent: 530g/kg available chlorine, presents as Sodium Dichloroiscyanurate. 150g/kg Sodium Bromide.
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Winterising your pool is one of the best things you can do to ensure your pool is in top shape come spring and summer
So what does winterising mean?
Winterising is a term used to describe the process for reducing the chlorination and filtration of a swimming pool over the cooler months.
Winterisation can save energy and save money on electricity bills, whilst also ensuring your pool is ready for swimming when the warmer weather comes.
By reducing chlorination and filtration, and not managing water balance, there is the risk of green algae blooms, blackspot and mustard algae. It is therefore essential that the pool water is balanced throughout winter and not simply forgotten about and allowed to turn green.
Without Winterising the pool water, it can be detrimental to the pools surface and equipment reducing both their life expectancy.
Indeed, many pool owners have the misconception that they can simply switch off their pool equipment in Winter. In doing, so they are most likely causing an expensive green pool clean-up in Spring, potentially reducing the life of their pool surface, pool blanket and even the equipment.
Pool Equipment that has been left off for months can often seize when started again and potentially need repairing and/or replacing at the beginning of the swimming season.
Winterise your pool instructions
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