We have a whirlpool with salt electrolysis. Can we use Lotus Clean Basic and Lotus Clean Shock despite the salt? Or should we even better leave out the salt electrolysis altogether?
In principle, you can combine Lotus Clean Basic and Lotus Clean Shock with salt electrolysis. However, the question arises whether this makes sense. In salt electrolysis, chlorine is produced from the salt in the water. The chlorine then produces chloramines in your whirlpool water. However, chloramines are harmful to health. The advantage of Lotus Clean Shock in this case would be that it oxidises the chloramines. In addition, chlorine is very harmful to the skin and dries it out. And finally, the water becomes corrosive through electrolysis.
For these reasons, we would not recommend the combination of Lotus Clena products and salt electrolysis. The Lotus Clean system care produces a soft, odourless and very skin-friendly water. An additional use of chlorine would not bring about any further improvement in the water quality.
However, if you would like to use salt electrolysis additionally for certain reasons, there is nothing to be said against it. The Lotus Clean products are basically compatible with salt electrolysis.