Hot Tub 30-Day Starter Kit

From: $39.99

Discover the difference with AquaFinesse by trying our Hot Tub 30-Day Starter Kit. Ideal for those new to AquaFinesse or switching from other products, this kit offers a 30-day trial of our exceptional Hot Tub products for enhanced water quality.

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Should I choose Dichlor, Trichlor, or All Purpose (No santizer)?


Positives of the DiChlor (Dichloro-s-triazinetrione) Sanitizer:

  • Application of DiChlor Granules to water increases residual chlorine level required to kill pathogenic organisms in water.
  • It acts as an algaecide, as well as a sanitizer.
  • Usually 56% available chlorine.
  • Granular Form
  • EPA Registered in the United States

Our TriChlor Tablets are an EPA Registered sanitizer.  Trichlor is the most common sanitizer that many spa owners utilize the right choice for you.


Positives of the TriChlor (Trichloroisocyanuric Acid) Sanitizer.

  • It  has the highest chlorine content next to chlorine gas.
  • It is 90% available chlorine, and when tableted, the binders contain no sludge. So, all that is produced is a clean & clear chlorine solution.
  • Size of Tablets are 1” for an easy fit for your Hot Tub.
  • EPA Registered in the United States

This Product Contains:

1x - AquaFinesse Hot Tub Water Care Bottle 1L

2x - AquaFinesse Filter Cleaner Tablet

Frequently Asked Questions

Here is a selection of the most frequently asked questions. If you have any other questions, please contact us.

Unfortunately, you cannot use AquaFinesse in combination with a salt system.

It is advisable to shower in advance. The cleaner you go in the hot tub, the longer your water lasts.

It may sound strange, but we do not recommend using softened water. To keep the water balanced, the water in a spa needs lime. If you still want this, we recommend filling only 50% with softened water and the other 50% with normal water.

AquaFinesse ensures that your pH remains stable. When using AquaFinesse, the pH will be between 7.2 and 8.2. So you don’t have to do anything.

There are two types of foam. First of all, white foam. This could be because you have a new spa. If it is the first fill of water, we recommend replacing it if it is more than six weeks old. Other causes are often care products, such as: body lotion, hairspray/gel and make-up.

There is also brown foam. This is caused by organic contamination or if your water is too old. Replacing the water is then the only option