Spa Selections Non-Chlorine Shock Oxidizer, 1 lb.

Keep your spa or hot tub water fresh, clear and free of organic contaminants with Spa Selections Non-Chlorine Shock Oxidizer. Designed to use with a bromine disinfecting system, this non-chlorine shock for hot tubs effectively removes organic materials, which not only keeps the water cleaner, but also helps keep the water free of odor. Spa Selections Non-Chlorine Shock Oxidizer is not a sanitizer or an algaecide. Use with a bromine disinfectant system, such as Spa Selections Brom-Start and Spa Selections Bromine Tablets for Spas and Hot Tubs. TO USE: For best results, use non-chlorine spa shock once per week. Add 2 ounces per 250 gallons of spa water. Pour into the hot tub with the circulation system running.

  • Contains one 1-lb. canister of Spa Selections Non-Chlorine Shock Oxidizer
  • Helps remove organic contaminants for fresh, odor-free and clear water
  • For use with bromine sanitizers, such as Spa Selections Bromine Tablets
  • Spa Selections Non-Chlorine Oxidizer is not a sanitizer or an algaecide
  • For best results, use once per week


Using Non-Chlorine Shock Oxidizer

Helps Remove Contaminants
Spa Selections Non-Chlorine Shock Oxidizer helps remove organic contaminants for fresh, odor-free and clear water.
Use With Bromine Sanitizer
This non-chlorine shock for hot tubs is not a disinfectant. Use with a bromine sanitizer, such as Spa Selections Bromine Tablets.
Directions for Use
Add 2 ounces per 250 gallons of spa water. Pour directly into the hot tub with the circulation system running.

Use Non-Chlorine Shock with Bromine Sanitizer

Effective Over Wider pH Range
Bromine disinfectants such as Spa Selections Bromine Tablets are as effective as chlorine and work over a wider pH range.
No Chlorine Odor
Bromine sanitizing sytems help give you sparkling-clean hot tub water without the smell of combined chlorine.
Won’t Irritate Eyes
In addition to low odor, bromine sanitizing tablets for spas and hot tubs won’t cause eye irritation or bleach bathing suits.


Frequently Asked Questions

A common cause of foam in spas and hot tubs is the turbulent water combined with lotions, soaps, and detergents from bathers and their swimsuits. Showering before entering the spa and using Spa Selections Foam Out helps reduce the amount of foaming. Organic waste build-up can also cause foaming. If you are sanitizing your spa with bromine, you should shock your spa with Spa Selections Non-Chlorine Shock Oxidizer on a regular basis to oxidize the waste out of the water and reduce foaming.
Spa Selections Bromine is a two-part system, including Spa Selections Brominating Tablets and Spa Selections Brom-Start. Overall, bromine tends to be more popular among spa owners because unlike chlorine, bromine is effective over a wider pH range, doesn't irritate your eyes and will not bleach bathing suits. Additionally, bromine is still an effective sanitizer in its combined form and doesn't smell. Many spa owners, however, elect to sanitize with chlorine. Chlorine is traditionally used in pools and is an effective sanitizer and oxidizer. Spa Selections Chlorinating Granules are easy to use and keep the water sparkling clean!
How often you shock spa water depends on the sanitizer and the number of users in a 24-hour period. If you are using Spa Selections Bromine Tablets and Spa Selections Brom-Start, it is recommended that you shock each time you finish using your spa. If you are using Spa Selections Chlorinating Granules, it is recommended that you shock at least one time per week. It may be necessary to shock more often if the user load is heavy or the water is cloudy.