One-Step Brominating Concentrate

One Step Brominating Concentrate is a low odor one step sanitizer and oxidizer that restores water clarity in spas and hot tubs.

– One step sanitizer and oxidizer

– Restores water clarity


This product is a practical, easy to use sanitizer for spa and hot tub water. It rapidly and completely dissolves without cloudy or insoluble residue in water to provide effective bromine disinfection. This product may be used as a super oxidation treatment to rid spa and hot tub of organic wastes.

Spa and Hot Tub Sanitization:
Ensure all spa and hot tub equipment is working properly. Backwash or clean the filter system following manufacturer’s directions. Adjust pH to between 7.2-7.6. When using other products as outlined in the directions for this product, always follow directions on those products. Spas should be drained and cleaned at least every 60 days or whenever water becomes difficult to manage or keep clear. Bath oils, salts and lotions should not be used unless specifically formulated for use in spas and hot tubs as they can lead to cloudy water.

2 lb. bottle

Add 1 level teaspoon of this product per 200 gallons of water with circulation system operating. Test for available bromine and repeat sanitization dose at 15 to 20 minute intervals until a residual of 3-6 ppm is established. It is recommended that a test kit be used regularly to determine when additional doses are needed to maintain a residual of 3-6 ppm bromine.

A super oxidation dose is needed to destroy water soluble organic wastes. This may be needed on a daily basis in a heavily used spa or once a week in a moderately used spa. Add 4 teaspoons of this product per 200 gallons of water with circulation system operating.

If visible algae is present, brush spa surfaces and start circulation system operating, without air injection if possible. Add 4 teaspoons of this product for each 200 gallons of water. Allow system to circulate for 15 to 20 minutes. Treatment may be repeated in 24 hours if algae is still present. Reentry into treated spas is prohibited above levels of 7 ppm bromine due to risk of bodily injury.