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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 April 2020
Okay, you have a spa or pool. What now?

Well you had better make sure that the chemical levels are correct or you will either end up with instead of bottle blonde hair, green flowing locks or a terrible infection from under dosed water.

And these little sticks will keep you on the straight and narrow. Simply dip in the water daily and compare to the colour chart on the side of the storage container. A few seconds later you know what the condition of your pool is.

Unless it's already green and full of gunk, in which case best you empty and clean it... Likewise if you get up in the morning and find the area surrounding your spa covered with dead small animals and birds, you've probably been a bit heavy on the chlorine. Best you avoid the area for a bit.

Overall, simple, easy and idiot proof.
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