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I have been using Beachcomer "LITHCHLOR" in my hot tub. My local store has closed and I am wondering if there is a single Dazzle product that would replace Lithchlor. I have not had to use floater roducts or additional items like "SHOCKS" .I have used the chlorine & Bromine systems before but had some rash problems, thus the switch to Lithchlor. Your thoughts and info would be appreciated. Thanks. Larry
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  • Mike Drummond (Dealer Development Manager) July 10, 2013 16:00
    Hi Larry,

    Thanks for your inquiry.

    To quickly answer your question, Dazzle Chlorinating Granules will do the same thing as Lithchlor. These are the same products at the base level.

    At its base, this is lithium chlorine, which is one of the milder forms of chlorine, thus less skin irritation due to sanitizer. For years this was a staple in hot tubs. Bromine has now surpassed lithium as the sanitizer of choice for most homeowners because it is far more resilient in hot tubs. At a technical level, bromine is less dependent on pH to maintain a high activity rate, used up bromine (bromamines) are still effective at sanitiation and a shock treatment can regenerate used up bromine and make it a full strength sanitizer.

    Shocks are used for one job only, to get rid of non-filterable waste which would normally lead to clouding in the water. By using the Lithchlor you can shock the hot tub with the same product. This is the same with our Chlorinating Granules.

    I hope this helps. If it does, would you mind giving us a smiley face. If not, please let us know if we can help further.

    Have a great day!
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