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Think about this scenario, you’ve just run out of your Waters Choice Spa water treatment. However, you DO have a bottle of Pool Enzyme treatment. Can you use the pool treatment enzymes for your hot t...
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Total alkalinity is the measure of your waters capacity to neutralize acid.  It’s very easy to confuse total alkalinity with pH.  Interestingly enough, alkalinity is the buffer that controls how pH m...
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Hello Spring and hello SWIM spa! Do you find that you're looking forward to the Spring season after a long and gloomy winter? The good news is that Spring is here! One of our favorite ways to beat...
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In our opinion, the author was correct in stating that the pH still needed to be managed in a wooden hot tub. Unbalanced water is often the source of a variety of issues with hot tub water. However ag...
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A Cyanuric acid (CYA) shortage is looming, according to Mr. Rudy Stankowitz’s article in the November 2021 issue of The Pool News.  This will affect many swimming pool owners and pool professionals w...
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Swim spas are a unique combination of swimming pool and hot tub.They require a special blend of enzymes for it's water-care. Simply add a 12 oz bottle of enzymes to your swim spa and walk away aft...
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In our opinion, immersing yourself in chemically treated water isn't healthy. That's why at Waters Choice we're passionate about our Natural Water Care. Waters Choice Pure Enzymes for Sw...
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Waters Choice has just rolled out an amazing kit for you. Our Swim Spa Starter & Care Kit holds everything you'll need to care for your swim spa water all in one box!  It includes three 12 oz bott...
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When we talk about testing your spa water, we often talk about the water's chemical balance, it's pH, alkalinity or even sanitizer levels.  However, today's blog post is about something di...
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Have you seen the round or oblong, galvanized steel pools that are making a splash all over social media, on websites, home and garden magazines (including Popular Mechanics) and maybe even your own n...
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