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Water Quality - L

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Maintaining proper water quality provides continued enjoyment while extending the life of your spa. The most important thing you can do to maintain optimal water quality is to regularly change the water. Depending on usage, the water in your spa should be changed every 1-3 months.

 

Whenever the spa is empty wipe down the acrylic surfaces and allow them to dry. At this time, you can also polish your spa with any high quality automotive wax to improve its sheen and lustre. This keeps your spa looking new and helps to prevent stains and unsightly buildup.


Click on the treatment system you use with your spa to continue:

 

 

Note: Chlorine water treatment is not recommended for use in our spas because of its corrosive effects and its degraded-effectiveness at higher water temperatures.


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Author: Philip Rastocny