Using a non-abrasive and compatible Surface Cleaner for your hot tub and spa.
Simply apply as directed on the package
Use a non-abrasive cloth or sponge
When cleaning your hot tub work from the top to bottom.
Keeping your water crystal clear:
From time to time and depending on volume usage of your hot tub, water can become cloudy water overnight which doesn't look very appealing. Using a spa clarifier, spa sparkle or water clarifier will help small particles to combine together and be removed via the filtration process.
Biofilm build up in your spa and hot tub system flush:
While a lot of the plumbing for your hot tub and spa is unseen, it still needs to be cleaned on a 12-weekly basis, using a product like SpaChem’s Hot Tub Flush or biofilm remover.
This will clean all the fittings and pipework, as well as loosening the biofilm that may have built-in the pipes.
In turn this allows your primary sanitizer to attack and kill the bacterial cells that have been hiding under that biofilm formation or protective layer.
Furthermore, every 12 weeks, you should completely empty and clean the shell of your hot tub using the Spa Surface Cleaner using a non-abrasive cloth or sponge.
You have the assurance that all our products are BPR approved. As all SpaChem ™ Limited’s products are sourced and produced right here in the UK and are therefore available to deliver up and down the country in no time at all.
Do you often find when you go to use your spa excessive foaming in your water seems to be a constant problem? SpaChem Limited could have the solution you need in the form of our Spa Foam Away treatment.
What Causes Foam To Build Up in Your Hot Tub Water?
By far the most common cause of foamy water in a hot tub is oil and soap residue caused by a number of different beauty, grooming and laundry products. This includes:
Hair products (including shampoo, conditioner, hairspray, mousse and many others)
Body lotions and moisturizers
Fabric detergents, washing powders and conditioners
Natural skin oils
Therefore, to prevent foaming it is crucial that you not only have a shower after you’ve spent time in your hot tub but also before as well.
Showering before getting into your spa will help to remove any chemicals, body oils that can cause a reaction with your spa water and water chemistry, this can lead to unsightly bubbles you don't want in your spa water.
It is possible though that you will still experience foaming in your hot tub, even if you are fastidious about showering before using it. Therefore, at SpaChem, we recommend that you invest in our great Spa Enhancer product Spa Foam Away to help you prevent foamy hot tub water.
Hot tub care - The importance of having a water management process is the key to having a spa that you can really enjoy.