Reading this guide you'll understand that it's usually a good idea to deep clean the hot tub after a weekend full of festivities.
If you own a spa, then it has jets and numerous pipes and connectors. This bacteria can get into the equipment and plumbing of hot water tubs. It's important to remove these deposits from your hot tub to keep it sanitary .Use a product that's called Jet Clean to remove these build-up deposits.
Clean the Filter
After draining the Jet Clean, thoroughly remove the cartridges and spray them in between the pleats. Then, drop the cleaned solution into a bucket of SpaFilter Clean.
Once the water has drained, the filter is cleaned with the garden hose, and then set to dry in the sun. This helps kill any remaining bacteria in the cartridge.
Drain the Spa
Before draining, turn off the spa's power. Then, connect a garden hose to the valve. Once the water is drained, use a submersible pump to empty the tank.
When the water is empty, use a garden hose with a spray nozzle.You may use a chlorine solution to kill algae.
Clean the Shell
If your spa is an acrylic shell with a silver finish you should clean it using a soft cloth and spray on CitraBright. Even though the shell is clean, still will be surprised at how much dirt there is on the cloth.
It's important to avoid using household cleaners that contain harmful chemicals. Also, don't use products that contain ammonia or chlorine.
Protect the Shell
Protect the spa's shell from the harmful chemicals and sun exposure with Fast Shine. It's a great product to keep on hand for a spa that's already brand new.
It lasts for a long time. You can start filling your spa around 3 hours after your treatment. It's a bit challenging to set a schedule for filling, as it's usually not done in advance.
Clean the Spa Cover
Use a hot tub Cover Care and Conditioner every 3 months.
Spa equipment is located under the spa. It's a warm place to hide pets and other creatures. It's also a good place to clean.
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