Definitions for "Sanitizer"
a substance, such as chlorine, bromine, calcium hypochlorite or dichloroisocyanurate, that sanitizes pool and spa water, eliminating pathogens that can be harmful to swimmers.
Any substance that kills germs and bacteria, providing a sanitary water environment.
a chemical used to kill bacteria. Generic names: Bromine, Biguanide, and chlorine. Sequestering agent: chemical which bonds with metals so they can't cause staining or discoloration. See also: chelating agent.
Keywords:  approved, substance, method
Approved substance or method to use when sanitizing.