Like household cleaners and solvents, spa chemicals can be dangerous. Most can irritate skin, damage eyes, or combust if stored improperly. Follow these guidelines whenever handling spa chemicals.
Store sanitizers in a cool, dry place away from other chemicals, out of direct sunlight, and out of the reach of children and pets.
Do not store liquid chemicals above other chemicals, including garden fertilizers and insecticides, where they could possibly drip and cause a dangerous chemical reaction.
Wear safety goggles and rubber gloves when mixing and dispensing chemicals. If a chemical spill occurs, follow the cleanup instructions given on the product label.
Never mix different types of products together.
Do not smoke when using products.
If mixing with water is required, never add water to chemicals. Rather, add chemicals to water to eliminate harmful splashing and gassing.
Use clean, dry plastic cups or scoops for measuring specific products. Never put a wet measuring scoop back in a container.
Do not inhale fumes or allow products to contact eyes, ears, nose, or mouth.
Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions for any spa or pool chemical.
Read the first-aid instructions given on each product’s label before using it. Have emergency medical and poison control center phone numbers handy at all times.
® Keep products away from lawns and landscaping.
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