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Pool Care Glossary November 11, 2008

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Everything you needed to know from A to Z.

Spa Safety February 21, 2008

Posted by Pcpools Above Ground Pools in chemicals, safety, Spa, spa safety.
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Spa Safety Tips

  • Read and follow all label directions before using chemicals or adding them to your spa water.
  • Always add chemicals to spa water, never water to chemicals.
  • Add each chemical separately.
  • Wait 15 minutes before adding any additional chemicals.
  • Do not combine different chemicals before adding them to the spa water.
  • Accurately measure amounts when adding chemicals. NEVER OVERDOSE! Adding more than the
    recommended amount will most often cause problems, not solve them.
  • Whenever you add chemicals to your spa, let the water circulate for at least 30 minutes
    before use. This lets the chemicals thorouly mix with the water.
  • Keep all chemicals away from your face and never inhale fumes.
  • Never smoke around chemicals.
  • In an emergency involving chemicals, follow label directions. Always keep emergency phone
    numbers handy.
  • Always re-close chemicals tightly after use and store in a cool dry place.
  • Store chemicals according to the manufacturer’s label and keep out of the reach
    of children.
  • All chemicals, if not handled properly, may be dangerous.
  • Maintain proper sanitation levels.
  • Never heat your spa above 104 decrees Fahrenheit.
  • Limit your spa session to 15 minutes.
  • All users should shower without soap before entering the hot tub to remove excess
    deodorant, lotion and body oils.
  • Adult supervision must be present when children are using the spa.
  • Do not consume alcohol while using the spa.
  • If you are pregnant, have high blood pressure or other cardiovascular condition, consult a physician before using a spa.
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