I have learned so much from this forum!
Question: I recently added an ozonator to my 1995 Hot Springs spa, as I was under the impression that it would provide a constant level of oxidation and therefore allow me to run the bromine level lower. I initially load the water with NaBr per the bottle instructions.
Previously, I had been adding MPS after every soak but now with the ozonator, do I still need to?
From posts on this forum it seems MPS may not be the ideal shocking agent; should I use bleach instead?
I guess I find the idea of mixing chlorine and bromine a little confusing.
Also: do I still need the BromTabs floater now that I have an ozonator? Or will that depend on my bromine level measurements?
Thanks in advance.