How to Develop an Effective Cleaning Regime for Your Hot Tub
When your family and friends love to relax in your hot tub, you will find them less enthusiastic when it comes to helping out with the hot tub cleaning. However, if you get in to a routine, cleaning your hot tub need not be a chore. A few minutes each week is all it takes to prolong the life of your hot tub.
When it comes to cleaning your hot tub, prevention is better than cure. Keep your hot tub covered when not in use to prevent leaves and debris from entering your hot tub.
Your cleaning regime will become much easier if you maintain the correct balance of sanitizing chemicals in your hot tub water on a day-to-day basis. Take regular water samples to check that chemical levels are neither too high nor too low. The CLEARRAY water purification system uses UV-C technology to tackle waterborne pathogens. As a result, less water sanitizer is required in models fitted with the CLEARRAY system. Ensure that you only use sanitizers specifically designed for hot tubs. Using alternative products could damage your hot tub and cause skin irritation.
Replace your hot tub filters regularly to ensure that they perform to their optimum capability. The frequency with which you will need to change your filters depends on how often you use your hot tub.
Every so often, it will be necessary to drain your hot tub down to carry out a deep clean. This will remove deposits that form on the surface of the hot tub shell, helping to prolong the life of your hot tub. Firstly, wipe down the surface using a damp cloth to remove all the loose debris that may be clinging to the surface. Then apply a nonabrasive cleaner. Work the cleaner vigorously over the surface of the hot tub with a nonabrasive cloth and rinse off. Your hot tub is then ready to be refilled.