Spa Pool Care Suggestions

For the whole spa: Make use of a mild non-abrasive, non-sudsing cleanser along with a soft rag or nylon scrubber to get rid of grime buildup

For minor surface cleaning: Use common baking soda to clean little surface areas

To get a look that is shiny: Implement FreshWater Spa Glow to your own dry and clean spa shell

For spa pool pillows: Follow the instructions in your Owner's Manual to eliminate and clean your spa pool pillows

For vinyl cover: Then, using a mild soap solution (1 teaspoon dishwashing liquid with 8 litres water) or baking soda, scrub the vinyl in a circular motion with a sizable sponge and rinse with a garden hose. Without using soap, rinse the bottom of the cover, and wipe it clean with a dry rag.

Helpful Hint: To keep soap and detergent residue from your spa pool water, before soaking in your spa pool shower without soap, and instead of washing your bathing suit utilize the rinse cycle.

Clean Your Spa Filter Cartridges

We recommend following these light cleaning points every month to maintain your spa's water flowing properly, because calcification or mineral particles from hard water can clog any water filtration system.

Spray cartridges: Rotating while spraying to thoroughly remove any debris between filter pleats, spray each cartridge using a garden hose

Use filter cleaner:

Replace filters: While cleaning your filters will help keep water running easily, you need to replace your filters every three years with authentic Watkins replacement filters

Replacing Your Spa Water

While subsequent spa pool water cleaning tips will keep your water fresh longer, soaps and detergents can build over time in your spa to cause deposit. Know just how to replace your water with these measures

Drain and refill bath: Following the directions in your Owner's Manual, drain and refill the water in your spa to clear detergent and soap residue that could have collected over time

Get pre-filter: For sparkling clean water right from the start, use the CleanScreen(TMark) Pre-Filter when filling your spa

Attach pre-filter: When using the CleanScreen Pre-Filter, attach it to a standard garden hose to eliminate organic contaminants, metals like copper and iron, and tannins out of your new water.

To Winterise Your Spa pool

Your Hot Spring spa was fashioned for year-round use in most climates. Ensure maximum energy efficiency in your spa pool any period of the entire year with one of these measures.

Buy a Winter Blanket: Keep your spa pool hot year-round, even in regions with freezing temperatures, by getting a Winter Blanket from your local Hot Spring spa seller.

Install the Winter Blanket: Install the vinyl- fiberglass insulated Winter Blanket inside the equipment compartment door, adding additional precaution against partial freezing to a number of your spa's elements while maximising energy efficiency.

Check that the cover is by trying to find signs of damage.

Check the seal: Make sure the seal is still tight and intact so heat does not escape.

Should you are in need of a replacement see: Should you see signs of sagging, cracking or fading, get a replacement cover for your spa.

Remove ice and snow: Often brush snow off of your spa pool cover and splash warm water on ice instead of prying off it.

Remain maintained for holiday: Keep your spa preserved with one of these tips if you intend to leave for few days during the winter months:

Adjust pH: Correct the pH according to the Owner's Manual, before you go.

Sanitise: Sanitise the water with superb chlorination or the new Hot Spring MPS Chlorine -Free Oxidiser according to directions.

Lock cover: Lock down the cover to avoid entry.

Lock the light and jets feature on the control panel (on 1998 versions).

When you return: Upon your return, balance the pH prior to using, and sanitise the water.

In case you plan to be away from home per week or longer, phone the local retailer for more hints on winterising your spa, or assess your Owner's Manual for additional instructions.

Keep your spa pool water clean from bacteria, algae and other unwanted impurities by keeping a safe quantity of sanitiser. With too much sanitiser in your spa pool water, skin, your lungs and eyes can become irritated.

Only the following sanitisers are recommended by Hot Spring:

EverFresh(TMark) Water Care System with Hot Spring MPS Chlorine-Free Oxidiser

Granular bromine

DO NOT use tri-chlor chlorine, any type of compressed bromine or chlorine, acid or some kind of sanitiser which isn't advocated above. If in doubt, please contact your local Hot Spring spa retailer or our Customer Care Department.

Hot Spring Spas support is here to help to make your spa care as easy as possible. For additional information regarding cleaning and the care of your spa pool, refer to your Owner's Manual.

Accessories To Help Sparkling Water, Preserve Clean

Water is the essence of your spa pool, therefore it must be clean, fresh and able to love. Hot Springs offers two accessories to keep your care routine easy along with your water clean.

Hot Spring MPS Chlorine-Free Oxidiser

To removing unwanted impurities accumulated in you spa pool water, this chlorine -free oxidiser raises sanitiser efficiency and enhances water clearness. The Hot Spring MPS Chlorine-Free Oxidiser is compatible with most alternative sanitisers, chlorine and bromine. It really is also suggested for use with the EverFresh water care system for the best quality water possible...fresh, secure, and free of odors and irritation.

Hot Spring Spa Vac

The Hot Spring Spa Vac cleans dirt, gravel, leaves and other debris without draining your spa pool. This self contained, simple-to-use water vacuum requires batteries, no pumping or water hook ups, while the telescopic aluminum pole makes it easy to eliminate debris from hard-to-reach areas. It is possible to additionally it on your swimming pool steps as well as in fountains.

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