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Hot Tub Cleaning Portable Spa Hottubs Cleaning Info

Hot Tub Cleaning

Hot tubs require regular proper care and maintenance. Without this, money spent on your hot tub will be lost, leaving you with an ineffective tub. Following the spa cleaning procedures listed below will ensure your hot tub remains in great condition, and you, your family and friends will be able to enjoy your hot tubs as long as possible.

If you are unsure of the proper care and maintenance routines required by hot tubs and spas, read the information below. Make sure you follow these hot tub cleaning procedures in order to maximize the efficiency

  • Test Your Hot Tubs Water - the water should be tested at least once a week in order to ensure the best possible water quality. At the time of purchase, your hot tub manufacturer should provide you with a hot tub water testing strip compatible with the type of hot tub purchased.
  • Hot Tub Shock Treatment - Shocking your water is a crucial step in maintaining your hot tubs and spas. Using your hot tubs less than 4 times a week will require only one hot tub shocking; using it more than 4 times will require two hot tub shock treatments.
  • Maintain Your Hot Tubs Chemicals - After you tested your hot tubs water, the results will indicate which types of chemicals need to be added to the hot tub to ensure water balance. These often consist of either bromine or chlorine. It is important to ensure that the hot tub chemicals are at their appropriate levels at all times otherwise the performance of your hot tub may be compromised.
  • Keep the Hot Tubs Water Running - Keeping your hot tubs pumps running all day will help to prevent bacteria and viruses from entering your hot tubs water. Still water is more likely to grow bacteria than moving water, which can potentially cause long term difficulties with your hot tubs and spas. Consider purchasing an automatic timer which will automatically activate the hot tubs pump at desired times throughout the day.

Recommended Hot Tub Advice for Hot Tub Maintenance

The following hot tub advice gives you some tried and tested tips for procedures that will assist you in ensuring that your hot tub remains in the best possible condition:

  • On a Daily Basis
    • Check your hot tubs sanitizer level and if needed, make adjustments.
    • Monitor hot tubs PH levels to ensure safe and appropriate levels and if needed, make changes using hot tub and spa dealer prescribed chemicals.
    • Check the water line with water cleaning paste and top up if required.
  • On a Weekly Basis
    • Oxidize the hot tub with non-chlorine shock (do this to your hot tubs weekly if you use the hot tub 2-3 times per week (more if you use it every day).
    • Add no-foaming lotion to reduce the amount of foaming in your hot tubs.
    • Check the calcium hardness and add dealer prescribed chemical as required.
  • On a Monthly Basis
    • Using a hot tub cartridge cleaner to clean out the filter cartridge (it must be cleared so that it will continue to operate effectively).
    • Check the hot tub water balance by taking a water sample.