Green Spa Water Issues Solved!
A slight green tint means there’s algae in the water which is not uncommon for city or well water. After refilling your spa, the water will have a slight green tint if the algae hasn’t been removed before adding Naturel Spa. Not a problem. Here’s how to get rid of it.
- Add 1 ounce of regular household bleach for every 100 gallons of water once a week OR 1 teaspoon of chlorine granules for every 100 gallons once a week until the green tint disappears.This will keep the green out of your spa until it’s time to add another bottle of Naturel Spa. Because the added chlorine shortens the life of Naturel Spa, you’ll need to do this two weeks before the recommended time to add another bottle.
- Before you add another bottle of product to your spa, follow the EVERY TIME YOU FILL YOUR SPA WITH NEW WATER instructions on the cover page of the Carefree instruction booklet. You do not have to drain the spa but do the super shock of chlorine to kill the algae in the water and continue.
REMEMBER: Algae will return if you go too long on a bottle of Naturel Spa. To keep your spa clean, clear and without a hint of green, follow the recommended schedule of when to add more product.