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April 28, 2022

Regular spa maintenance is the key

We recommend that any hot tub owner check follow this weekly basic spa maintenance checklist!

Regular spa cleaning is the key to first class Spa experience. Regular cleaning is also important to keep your spa water healthy and free of disease-causing microbes and bacteria.

It can be a good idea to schedule your maintenance tasks at a specific time and day. That way you will develop a habit and won't fail to be consistent.

Daily

  • Check your water temperature. This is important if you are planning on using your spa daily! It's dissapointing to arrive at your spa to discover the temperature is set too low!

  • Make sure your spas cleaning cycle is running fifteen minutes each day to make sure the water is filtered and all impurities are removed.

  • Check for external damage to your spa cover. The covers job is an important one, to keep things out of the spa!

A Few Times Per Week

  • Check your spa water pH, sanitiser and alkalinity levels.

  • Shock dose your spas water if neccesary.

  • Wipe down the and clean around the spa wter line.

  • Shock dose your spas water.

  • Give the cover a quick wipedown.this helps protect from mold and mildew. if your spa is vinyl wash it in warm soapy water let dry then use protectant to uv radiation extend its life.

Every 2-3 Weeks

  • Clean your filters. Filters need regular cleaning to work properly. Using a high quality spa filter will help remove debris and provide a high level of cleaning power to keep your water clean and crystal clear. The spa pre-filter removes metals, odors and the finest sludge from the spa fill water.

Every 4-6 Months

  • Drain and refill your spas water. Filters need regular cleaning to work properly. Using a high quality spa filter will help remove debris and provide a high level of cleaning power to keep your water clean and crystal clear. The spa pre-filter removes metals, odors and the finest sludge from the spa fill water.

  • Clean the spas acrylics and other components. You can use a soft cloth and spa sink cleaner to remove residue and deposits on acrylics, castings and other components. Then pour on the shell and wipe dry with a soft cloth. If the stains are really difficult to remove, you can make a paste with white vinegar and baking soda and apply it with a soft sponge, rubbing gently.

A few times per year (depending on spa use)

  • Completly drain, clean and refill your spas water.

  • Clean the spa shell. While the spa is completely empty, use a wet sponge or vacuum cleaner to catch the last remaining dirty water. Let the chemical circulate in the water supply for the specified time before draining the water. Somewhere in the tub you will have a drain plug that needs to be removed so that all the water can drain.

  • Perform a thorough line plumbing clean. A Spas plumbing lines require a special cleaning procedure to prevent water contamination and to ensure that the nozzles provide the best flow possible. Pipe Cleaner products are generally used to clean mold, organic matter or biofilm from your plumbing.

Summary

There are essential spa care guidelines that every spa owner must follow. Once you learn how to handle the basics, you can keep your hot tub clean and tidy without much hassle of troubleshooting.

Happy spa life!

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