Balancers

Nothing is more calming than soaking in a spa full of warm, relaxing, sparkling clean water. No matter which sanitizing system you choose, keeping the water balanced is essential to your enjoyment of the spa.

Six factors need to be monitored for their effect on water balance:

  • pH
  • total alkalinity
  • calcium hardness
  • metals
  • total dissolved solids
  • water temperature
 

When all these factors are within acceptable ranges, it is unlikely that your water will cause corrosion or scale deposits. Correctly balanced water also provides maximum bather comfort.

This routine maintenance does not have to be difficult or time consuming. Everything you need to know is outlined in our Spa Care Guide (PDF). What’s more, when you purchase Brilliance® for spas from an authorized dealer, any questions you have regarding your spa will be welcomed and answered by a professional.

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Brilliance® for spas pH Decreaser with Mineral Salts

Lowers spa water pH levels. Contains mineral salts for a fresh scent.

Sizes

20 oz.

How to Use for Start Up

Test pH prior to each use of the spa. The Ideal range for pH in a spa is 7.2-7.8 refer to the table on the label to adjust the pH.

How to Use for Maintenance Dose

Test pH prior to each use of the spa. The Ideal range for pH in a spa is 7.2-7.8 refer to the table on the label to adjust the pH.

Compatible With

Bromine and Chlorine based Spa Systems and mineral systems  and BaquaSpa