Who does not like to relax in a good hot bubble bath after a long day at work? It is to enjoy these wonderful moments at will that we opt for the purchase of jacuzzi bathtubs. But what's the point of owning a spa if you don't even bother to maintain it? Maintenance begins with water: it must be cleaned regularly. Water treatment with bromine is an option.
Choose bromine to disinfect your spa.
No one would like to bathe in infected water. So, for it to be clean and limpid, regular disinfection is essential. There are two options open to you. Either you use chlorine or you use bromine. We recommend the second option. Chlorine is less expensive, but it is much more aggressive. On contact with organic waste such as sweat or dead skin, it produces what are called chloramines. Being softer, bromine is suitable for all skin types, even the most sensitive. It will therefore have no effect on children's skin. In addition, even after the disinfection operation, its effectiveness continues. It will act throughout the spa by eliminating bacteria and fungi that persist in all corners of the pool.
Bromine treatment: instructions for use
There is nothing more simple. Take bromine pellets or tablets or pebbles (all shapes are allowed) and install them in a diffuser. Then let the product spread throughout the basin, allowing it to float for a few days. And it’s done.
Although bromine is not very sensitive to pH, it is still advisable to check its level regularly. The ideal would be between 7.2 and 7.8. Above 8, bromine loses some of its effectiveness.
Water temperature is not a problem. Bromine is resistant to heat. It is for this reason that it is recommended for spas and heated pools. However, the higher the heat, the more regular bromine treatment is required.
Remember, water treatment is just one of the steps in maintaining a spa.