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Chemical Starter Kit-CH00100

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Blue Sparkle Mspa Chemical Starter Kit for Hot tub Spa Swimming Pool Water Cleaning Treatment Set (Includes Chlorine, Minus, pH Plus, Foam Remover and Test Strips, Measuring Spoons).

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  • The water treatment products that you will need to add to your spa are highly concentrated.
  • Never mix chemicals together. Some chemicals, when mixed, can cause poisonous gases or even explosions.
  • Before adding any spa treatment products to your spa always read the instructions on the back of the container.
  • All granular products shown in the table opposite need to be pre-dissolved in a clean plastic bucket filled with water from your spa.
  • Always add chemicals to water, not water to chemicals.
  • Always rinse the bucket after use.
  • Only when the contents have fully dissolved should they be added to your spa.
  • Never add more than one water treatment product to your spa at the same time. Wait at least 15 minutes before re-testing and applying a further treatment if required.
  • When adding any water treatment product to your spa ensure that your spa water is being circulated.
  • Do not treat/dose your spa while it is occupied and always read the instructions before use.

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WHY?

Blue Sparkle Stabilised Chlorine Granules are the most popular method of sanitising spa water. Your Spa needs to be chlorinated at all times. Never use your spa without first testing your spa water. The ideal Chlorine level is between 3 parts per million (ppm) & 5ppm.

WHEN?

Test the Chlorine levels of your spa water at least twice per week & before every use.

HOW?

Test the Chlorine levels of your spa. If it is below 3ppm then apply as follows:

  1. Pre-dissolve the required amount of granules in a clean plastic bucket filled with warm water. Stir the solution until the granules are fully dissolved.
  2. Ensure that your spa circulation pump is turned on before slowly pouring the solution directly onto the spa water surface.
  3. Continue to run your spa circulation pump for 15 minutes.
  4. Re-test your spa water and repeat dosage until the Chlorine reading is between 3ppm and 5ppm 4ppm.
  5. Allow 15 minutes before using your spa.

HOW MUCH?

As a general guide, to increase a 1500L spa from 0 ppm to 4ppm you will need to add at least 12g of chlorine granules a heaped teaspoon holds approximately 8g of chlorine granules

Spa water volume Quality required  +1 ppm
1000L 2g
1500L 3g
2000L 4g

WHY?

Blue Sparkle pH Minus is used to reduce the pH of your spa water. Maintaining the correct pH in your spa water is essential. Failure to do so will result in bather discomfort and damage to your spa. Ideal conditions are between 7.2 and 7.6

WHEN?

Test the pH of your spa water at least twice per week and before every use.

HOW?

Test the pH of your spa water. If the pH of the water is higher than 7.6 then apply pH Minus as follows:

  1. Pre-dissolve the required amount of pH Minus in a clean, plastic bucket filled with warm water. Stir the solution until the granules are fully dissolved.
  2. Ensure that your spa circulation pump is turned on before slowly pouring the solution directly onto the spa water surface.
  3. Continue to run your spa circulation pump for 15 minutes
  4. Re-test your spa water and repeat dosage until a pH reading of between 7.2 and 7.6 is achieved.
  5. Allow 15 minutes before using your spa.

HOW MUCH?

As a general guide, a heaped teaspoon holds 11g of granules

Spa water volume Quality required
1000L 11g
1500L 17g
2000L 22g

WHY?

Blue Sparkle pH Plus is used to increase the pH of your spa water. Maintaining the correct pH in your spa water is essential. Failure to do so will result in bather discomfort and damage to your spa. Ideal conditions are between 7.2 and 7.6.

WHEN?

Test the pH of your spa water at least twice per week and before every use.

HOW?

Test the pH of your spa water. If the pH of the water is lower than 7.2 then apply pH Plus as follows:

  1. Pre-dissolve the required amount of pH Plus in a clean plastic bucket filled with warm water. Stir the solution until the granules are fully dissolved.
  2. Ensure that your spa circulation pump is turned on before slowly pouring the solution directly onto the spa water surface.
  3. Continue to run your spa circulation pump for 15 minutes.
  4. Re-test your spa water and repeat dosage until a pH reading of between 7.2 and 7.6 is achieved.
  5. Allow 15 minutes before using your spa.

HOW MUCH?

As a general guide, a heaped teaspoon holds 8g of granules

Spa water volume Quality required
1000L 11g
1500L 17g
2000L 22g

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WHY?

Cosmetics, soaps, oils and other contaminants, if allowed to build up will cause unwanted foaming of your spa water. The simple addition of Blue Sparkle Spa No-Foam will eliminate unsightly foam. Always run your spa with the correct levels of sanitiser and the right pH level.

WHEN?

Whenever your spa water foams excessively.

HOW?

  1. Shake bottle before use.
  2. Ensure that your spa circulation pump is turned on.
  3. Measure out the required dose and pour directly over the surface of the spa water.
  4. Leave for 10 minutes.
  5. Repeat dose if necessary.

HOW MUCH?

As a general guide, a heaped teaspoon holds 8g of granules.

Spa water volume Quality required
1000L 25ml
1500L 40ml
2000L 50ml

Spas experiencing excessive foaming should be drained, cleaned and re-filled.

Test Strip

A well maintained spa will give you many hours of relaxation and enjoyment. To enable you to get the most from your spa you need to spend a short time testing the water chemistry and, if required, make the necessary adjustments. Your spa will need to be checked regularly for both Sanitiser and Water Balance. Ideally you should check your spa daily for pH and Sanitiser levels. Always check your spa before it is used, never use the spa if the sanitiser level is below its recommended level.

Spa manufacturers may use ppm (parts per million) or mg/\ (milligrams per liter) when refering to the quantity of chemicals in spa water. Both measurements are the same, for example, 100ppm is identical to 100mg/l.

Test Strips offer the simplest means of testing spa water and are becoming increasingly popular. The Test Strip can be submerged in the spa water directly and a test result can be obtained within 30 seconds. The most commonly used Spa Test Strips incorporate Free Chlorine/Bromine, pH and Total Alkalinity.

3-in-1 Test Strips

WHY?

Blue Sparkle 3-in-1 Test Strips for testing Free Chlorine, pH and Total Alkalinity.

WHEN?

Test the Chlorine, pH and Total Alkalinity levels of your spa water at least twice per week & before every use.

HOW?

  1. Dip one strip into the spa water and remove it after 2 seconds.
  2. Hold the strip level for 15 seconds (do not shake excess water from strip).
  3. Compare Free Chlorine, pH and Total Alkalinity pads, in that order, to the colour chart above to check if each level is correct.

Important: Keep cap tight between uses.

Store at room temperature.

As a general guide, a heaped teaspoon holds approximately 8g of granular product. After adding the appropriate water treatment product to your spa, wait 15 minutes. Re-test your spa water and adjust if necessary.

All dosage rates are per 1000 litres of spa water.

To adjust spa water Product to be added Quantity per 1000 litres
Increase Free chlorine by 3ppm Stabilised chlorine Granules 6g
Increase Hardness by 10ppm Calcium Chlorine
(Hardness Plus)
15g
Increase Total Alkalinity by 10 pmm Sodium Bicarbonate
(T.A plus)
15g
Reduce total Alkalinity by 10 Pppm Sodium  Bisulphate
(pH Minus)
20g
Increase pH from 7.0 to7.4 Sodium Carbonate
(pH plus)
22g
Reduce pH From 7.8 to 7.4 Sodium Bisulphate
(pH Minus)
22g

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