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What is a Control Panel?

Topside Control Panels Being able to control your hot tub is very important so that everything works the way you want it to. Ensuring you have the ideal temperature settings and are running efficiently but also conserving energy when possible will make your hot tub experience as enjoyable as possible. Your Top Side Control System is responsible for all of these functions; it communicates your choices to the “brain” or your spa control pack. Depending on what type of spa […]

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What is a Control System or Spa Pack?

Your Spa Pack is basically the brains, or motherboard of your spa. Its job is controlling all your spas components like your pump, heater, lights, and more. As the main control system, having a Spa Pack that is in good condition and working properly is very important. Thousands of spas are thrown out each year because of bad control systems, when the shell and cabinet are fine. Typically, you can save yourself thousands of dollars by simply replacing your control […]

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Hot Tub Chemical Storage

As with any other chemicals or cleaning additives, hot tub chemicals can be dangerous if they are not stored and used appropriately.  First of all, chemicals should always be stored out of the reach of children, and always make sure that the lids are securely fastened. Spa Chemicals should be stored in a cool, dry place that is well ventilated and not in direct sunlight. It is important to ensure that the chemicals stay dry and no moisture is able […]

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Water Smells Moldy

The first thing that comes to mind is “ewww!” No one wants to get in a body of water that smells like mold. It is not exactly the most inviting, come and relax scent, but unfortunately it can be a common problem for hot tub owners. The first thing to do when you are getting a bad smell from your hot tub water is check your chemicals. Moist, warm, humid places like a hot tub can be a breeding ground […]

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Rough, Sand Paper Feel on Hot Tub Surface

Has the interior of your spa developed a gritty hot tub scale, often described to feel like sand paper?  This is actually a very common problem in hot tubs, so know you are not alone. What causes “sand-paper” hot tub scale? There are a few different things pertaining to your water chemistry that can cause this kind of hot tub scale. First is your pH, pH in your spa should be maintained at 7.4-7.6. Warm water mixed with high pH […]

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Hot Tub Draining and Filling

<strong>Draining and refilling</strong> is a normal part of spa care. Over time, the water absorbs and dissolves minerals, chemicals and other soluble material. <strong>What You Need To Do:</strong> 1. Drain the water. Check your owner’s manual for information. 2. Clean the spa surfaces with SpaPure Surface Cleaner 3. Refill the spa with fresh water. 4. Add spa chemicals according to manufacturer instructions. Related posts (by relevance): Hot Tub Quick Tips Guide and Basic Maintenance Hot Tub Cleaning Hot Tub Water […]

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Hot Tub Cleaning

If left unchecked, contaminants such as dirt, oil, and even bacteria can accumulate at the waterline. Good water care involves regular cleaning of surfaces. This includes flushing your spa plumbing. This not only will preserve the surface, but will also make the whole spa environment look and feel better. <h3>What You Need To Do:</h3> 1.Use a skimmer net to remove floating debris. 2.Brush and vacuum the spa. 3.If you have a skimmer basket, empty it once or twice a week. […]

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Hot Tub Water Filtration

Many spa care mistakes are caused by poor <strong>hot tub water filtration</strong>. A filter that’s operating properly helps keep the water clear by capturing the hair, oils, and cosmetics that wash off when people use the spa. When the filter is dirty or clogged, all this debris remains in the hot tub water. Most spas have a cartridge filter. Typically you should clean the filter every 4-6 weeks. What You Need To Do: <ul> <li>Remove the cartridge.</li> <li>Rinse with a […]

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Hot Tub Water Testing

There are 4 primary components that affect spa water quality. <h2>1. Sanitizer (Bromine, Chlorine, Pristine Blue, Spa Frog, Biguanide)</h2> Maintain sanitizer within the recommended levels: Bromine residual = 2 – 6 ppm Brominating Concentrate = 3-6 ppm Brominating Tablets = 2-4 ppm Chlorine residual = 3 – 5 ppm (If your spa is equipped with an ozone generator or you use Spa Frog products, you may choose to maintain the chlorine or bromine at the lower end of their ranges.) […]

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Hot Tub Water Circulation

Every day, bacteria and other contaminants can find their way into your spa water. Care should be taken to enhance circulation – this will help prevent these contaminants from becoming problems. As the water circulates it: passes through the filter and the suspended particles are trapped. thoroughly distributes the sanitizing products that kill bacteria, eliminate undesirable compounds, and help prevent problems. <h2>What you need to do:</h2> 1. Run your spa’s circulation system every day. Check your spa owner’s manual to […]

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