Hot Tub Cleaning

If left unchecked, contaminants such as dirt, oil, and even bacteria can accumulate at the waterline. Good water care involves regular cleaning of surfaces. This includes flushing your spa plumbing. This not only will preserve the surface, but will also make the whole spa environment look and feel better.

What You Need To Do:

  1. Use a skimmer net to remove floating debris.

  2. Brush and vacuum the spa.

  3. If you have a skimmer basket, empty it once or twice a week.

  4. Clean the oily ring that forms at the waterline using SpaPure Surface Cleaner. This fast-acting product breaks up the oils and debris at the waterline so you can easily wipe the surface clean. Unlike most common household cleaners, SpaPure Surface Cleaner is totally compatible with your spa's water chemistry.

  5. Prevent waterline build-up with SpaPure Scum Away. This natural product has enzymes that digest most oils and eliminate them from the water.

  6. To flush your hot tubs plumbing system add Natural Chemistry Spa Purge the night before draining your spa. This natural product will remove scum and oils that build up in your spas plumbing system.

By removing these oils:

  • Your spa will be less likely to form foam.

  • The surface will be easier to clean.

  • The waterline will require less frequent cleaning.

  • The filter will require less maintenance.

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