Repair minor leaks and cracks in your spa or hot tub with Spa Choice® Seal a Leak! Seal A Leak usually stops spa leaks within 24 hours.
Directions for Use
Turn spa pump off. Remove cartridge or filter grids to avoid having product pass through the spa filtration system.
If the leak location is unknown, add the recommended dosage (see chart below) of Spa Choice® Seal a Leak to the skimmer. If you are sure of the location of the leak, pour the recommended dosage directly into the water at the area of the spa's leak.
Thirty minutes after application, turn the spa pump on and allow it to run for at least eight hours.
Check your spa / hot tub to see if it is still losing water. A second application may be necessary and can be made within the next 24 hours.
Replace spa filter grids or cartridges after 24 hours and resume normal filtration. You may enter your spa 24 hours after application.
No, you should not drain the spa after application. If the leak still exists, the treatment may be applied again within 24 hours. Thank you for your question, and please let us know if we can be of further assistance!
Answered on 7/14/2012 by Spa Care Expert from Merchant
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