November 14, 2016
Having a spa or hot tub is great restorative therapy after a work-out, a long day at the office, or for anyone dealing with arthritis. And if you’re away from home, you know immediately if it’s filled with smelly chlorine, especially if it’s an indoor spa! Hmm, isn’t that counter intuitive for the reason you’re in the spa in the first place?
Here’s an easy-to-read, detailed article on why “ozone” is really the only choice for a residential or commercial spa, and why most spas now come equipped with an ozone generator. Then check out our Micro Series specifically for spas here.