Owning a hot tub is a fantastic way to unwind and relax. The last thing you want to worry about when relaxing in your spa is how dirty the water is. The lotions, cosmetics, and hair products on a person’s body run off into the water every time they enter the hot tub. Showering before getting into the hot tub aids in the removal of harmful substances. Even so, hair, perspiration, and other human fluids find their way into the water, contaminating it. The hot tub filter absorbs most of the debris and should be cleaned regularly.
As a result, the filter is one of the most important components of a hot tub. Its job is to filter out any impurities in the water that could degrade the quality of the water. A dirty filter with a lot of buildup, on the other hand, will not be able to filter water adequately. This results in issues such as filthy or greasy water, as well as bacteria growth. If the water is overly unclean, it might cause the pump to overwork or block the pipes, resulting in a broken hot tub.
There are a variety of ways to clean hot tub filters, which is fortunate. Cleaning hot tub filters with vinegar, using a homemade filter cleaner, and cleaning hot tub filters in the dishwasher are some of the alternatives. By understanding how to clean a hot tub filter properly, you can keep your hot tub clean, sanitary, and in good working order.
Consistency is the best approach to clean spa filters. Take the filter out once a week and rinse it with water to remove the buildup. You don’t need to use a jacuzzi filter cleaner because this is only a quick clean. Use water from a hose or a faucet instead, making sure to get between the pleats for a more efficient job. To get the residue off the filter, don’t use a high-pressure washer. To avoid ripping or destroying the filter, the water stream should be moderate. Then, before reinstalling the filter in the hot tub, allow it to thoroughly dry.
You should do a more thorough clean every month or as needed in addition to the weekly rinse. The deep cleaning will entail removing the filter and washing it with a filter cleaning solution to remove any built-up residue or impurities that aren’t easily removed with a rinse.
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