How to use AquaSafe 90
1 Shake bottle well before use and add a 500ml bottle of AquaSafe 90 to spas of 1200 – 2250 litres. If your spa is less than 1200 litres add 375ml.
2 After the water has reached the desired temperature (35-37ºc), check the pH level to ensure it is in the range of 8.0 to 8.4. You initially may need to check your pH levels on a weekly basis, although the AquaSafe 90 should maintain the level automatically.
3 Rinse your filter every week or more frequently – based on bather usage. Use a jet attachment on the hose pipe to rinse thoroughly. Soak the filter in a filter cleanser overnight every 4 to 6 weeks, rinse with water and allow to dry before replacing.
4 Drain and refill your spa and add AquaSafe 90 every three months. Don’t forget to use the Reminder Card attached.
We recommend the weekly use of SeaKlear Natural Clarifier Product to keep your water sparkling clear. After each application of SeaKlear run the spa for 20 minutes.
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Bacteria Test Strips are available for regular home water testing. The AquaSafe Bacteria Test Strip is an antibody based rapid test, that detects Pseudomonas, Aeromonas, E.coli, Shigella, species of Salmonella, Enterobacter, Klebsiella, and many other coliform and non-coliform Bacteria in swimming pools and spas – in less than 20 mins. It has all the accuracy and reliability of a lab test in a disposable strip and requires no instrumentation or user training.
At times you may experience an organic smell. This simply means AquaSafe 90 has found contaminants and is working harder. This may suggest your filter requires more frequent cleaning. Make sure the pH is between 8.0 and 8.4. Check to make sure the underside and inside of the cover has been cleaned. If the odour is still present after 24 hours, some SeaKlear Natural Clarifier or an Oxidiser may be used.
AquaSafe 90 is compatible with ozonators, chlorine and bromine.
Cloudy water may be caused by frequent use by a large number of bathers, or lotions, oils, deodorants, sunscreens or other products used on the skin or soap residues in bathing suits.