• Water Quality: Spa & Pool Test Strips 3-in-1 (100strips/bottle)


100 strips/bottle

Have you ever looked at the testing strips you use test the water of your hot tub or pool?

Does it make sense to you?

If so, congratulations!

Fast, simple, safe and accurate.


You should test your pool weekly and add chlorine/other chemicals as needed to keep water clean, clear and free of algae.


Chlorine is sanitizer that help keep the pool and spa water free from germs and algae build up. Testing for these will indicate the active amount of these sanitizer in the water.

Alkalinity / pH

Alkalinity and pH measure the amount of acidity in the pool and spa water. Maintaining a proper balance of Alkalinity and pH will help keep the water from developing scale or cause corrosion.


Within 60 seconds, you can know precisely what level of chlorine is in the water, as well as whether your pH and Total Alkalinity are balanced.

  1. Simply dip our water quality test strips 3-in-1 into the water, remove immediately for the best results.
  2. Hold the strip horizontally for 15 seconds for Chlorine (or 60 seconds for pH and Total Alkalinity) to allow accurate readings.
  3. Then compare against the color chart and take action if needed.


Do not wait until your eyes burn and your swimsuit bleaches white to test your pool - just dip a test strip! . 

(A) Typical Guidelines for SWIMMING POOL:

  • Total Alkalinity: 80 – 120 ppm
  • Free Chlorine: 1 – 3 ppm
  • pH: 7.2 – 7.8 ppm

(B) Typical Guidelines for SPA:

  • Total Alkalinity: 80 – 120 ppm
  • Free Chlorine: 3 – 5 ppm
  • pH: 7.2 – 7.8 ppm


There are a number of things to consider when maintaining pool pH: Testing, interpreting the test results, and correcting the pH level. After tested, this is just a weird color coded and a set of number? Basically the information doesn't translate to an action to be taken. Here we try to decode the water code.

Pool results above shows that:

  • Total Alkalinity: 40 ppm (80 – 120 ppm)
  • Free Chlorine: 3 ppm (1 – 3 ppm) 
  • pH: 6.4 ppm (7.2 – 7.8 ppm)

If the pH is low – meaning the water is acidic – swimmers can suffer itching skin, rashes, burning eyes and dry hair. 

The pH level in pool water can directly affect the efficiency of the sanitizer, free chlorine levels become difficult to maintain in acidic water. If the pool water is less than 7.2, your pool water is too acidic and can be damaging your pool equipment. Higher than 7.8, your pool water is either already hazy or soon will be and scale can begin forming in your pool. Therefore, pool owner need to immediately correct either of these cases, as the pool water is out of balance. 


Test item: Free Chlorine,Total Alkalinity, pH 

Test method: Test paper colorimetry

Packing: 100 strips per bottle

Package: Come with security seal, light-proof bottle and mini desiccant sachets. 

Best Before: March 2020

(An unopened, properly stored product's best before date will be safe to use after this date but may not be at its best quality.)

Keeping your swimming pool chemicals balanced is one of the keys to maintaining a healthy and safe swimming pool.  You will benefit over the long term by avoiding adding extra chemicals, less pool water draining, longer pool parts and equipment life, and happier swimmers with a properly-balanced pool.

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Water Quality: Spa & Pool Test Strips 3-in-1 (100strips/bottle)

  • Product Code: TS10015
  • Availability: In Stock
  • RM120.80
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