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Frog @ease - No CYA

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Not really familiar with frog@ease, but you do not need cya in a spa that is covered most of the day. The preferred chlorine for spas, sodium dichlor, is almost half cya, and trichlor tablets also contain some cya as well. Too much cya can be an issue, so you are usually more concerned with avoiding high levels than with putting it in there. In 25 years in this business I have never added cya to a covered portable spa, except what comes in the chlorine.

Some say cya makes the chlorine less harsh and irritating. That may be true, I couldn't say. I use ozone in my personal spa and add chlorine after use so have almost no chlorine in it when I use it anyway.

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