Testing the Water
Regular testing means testing the spa’s water two to four times weekly and making adjustments as needed. With test strips not only will you know what the pH levels are, but also if there are any contaminants, sediment, dirt, or build up which has to be treated. Proper testing not only maintains the water levels properly, but also the interior body of the hot tub over time.
Cleaning your Filter
A simple guide to filter cleaning is when you notice the water flow to be affected, it may be time to do something about it.Cleaning the filter a few times annually, anywhere between 4 to 8 weeks time, will extend the filter’s life. Further,you have to keep track of the age of the filter. It should be replaced every 12 to 24 months depending on use of the hot tub, as well as the quality of the filter you are using.
Using a spa cleaning solution helps keep out nitrates, phosphates, and other sediment build up. Using a spa vacuum is also a good way to clean the interior of the spa, maintain its appearance, and help reduce the potential of mold or mildew building up over time. A skimmer net is also a good investment to make, which can help get the leaves, dirt, and other visible sediment out from the top of your spa as well.
A hot tub can provide your body with a plethora of benefits. The warm water increases your temperature, causing the blood vessels to dilate and[...]