This section details all of the answers to any questions you may have in regards to looking after your spa, each section is separated into periods of time they will need attention for the best upkeep possible.
DAILY - check the PH & Sanitiser levels using a test stip. You need to attain a PH level between 7.2-7.6, you can achieve this by adding PH- or PH+ accordingly. To adjust the Sanitiser you can either place chlorine tablets into the skimmer or add chlorine granules in solution into the spa water.
WEEKLY - shock does the spa during a quiet time when its not in use to you can leave it over night. This involves adding 14g (two teaspoons) of Stabilised Chlorine Granules per 1000 litres directly into the spa water with the circulation system in operation. Allow the chlorine level to return to the ideal range before using the spa again.
MONTHLY - Clean the spa filters using a cartridge cleaner to keep your filter free of grease, grime and oil.
PERIODICALLY - It is recommended that you fully drain the spa and refill with fresh water periodically to ensure that you bathe constantly in fresh and pure water. How often you do this depends purely on the spa's usage - but it is recommended this should be done every 8 weeks.
PLEASE NOTE: YOUR NEW SPA COMES EQUIPPED WITH A CHEMICAL KIT & HAS DOCUMENTATION ENCLOSED REGARDING SETTING UP THE SPA FOR THE FIRST TIME & ALL CHEMICAL INFORMATION YOU NEED FOR YOUR SPA FOR FUTURE USE.
Do's & Don'ts
DO Ensure that all bathers take care when near the spa
DO Read and follow all chemical instructions
DO Supervise all children using the spa and do not allow pets into the spa
DO Use a suitable spa safety cover on the spa when the spa is not in use
DO Keep chemicals in a cool, dry and secure place
DO Mix chemicals in water before adding to the hot tub
DO Consult your doctor before use if you are pregnant or suffer from any medical condition
DO Enjoy your hot tub to the full
DON’T Mix chemicals together unless stated
DON’T Use electrical equipment near or in the hot tub
DON’T Allow the sanitiser levels to drop below the recommended levels
DON’T Stand on the hot tub cover