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Spa Cleaning

Spas need frequent maintenance to keep them clean.  The best tools for keeping a spa clean are basically the same as those used to clean swimming pools

Leaf skimmer
A long-handled net is necessary for removing large pieces of floating debris.

Vacuum
A spa vacuum can be powered in several ways. If your spa is not connected to the circulation system of an in-ground pool, a good solution is a vacuum that's powered by a jet of water from a garden hose.

Spa wand
An alternative to a vacuum, a spa wand also collects debris through suction. It may be powered either by pumping or turning the handle or by a rechargeable battery. A spa wand is also handy for cleaning pool steps as well.

Bucket and soft sponge
These two low-tech tools are a must for cleaning interior spa walls.

Skimming and Vacuuming
Since a spa is so small, even a minimal amount of debris can lower the efficiency of the circulation system. Bring out the skimmer each time you use your spa. In addition, either vacuum or use a spa wand twice a week to remove litter that has settled to the bottom.

Cleaning Out the Baskets
Debris-free baskets are essential to the proper operation of the circulation system. Clean the skimmers twice a week by removing leaves and anything else obstructing the water flow. With in-ground spas, the strainer baskets are hidden in the surrounding deck; for portable spas, the baskets are near the pump.

Cleaning the Inner Surface
Because total dissolved solids build up quickly, spa water needs to be drained fairly often. Emptying the spa provides an opportunity for cleaning the inner surfaces. Brush the spa interior to eliminate calcium scales and any algae buildup. A plaster-lined concrete spa can withstand stiff brushing, but fiberglass and acrylic spas are more delicate.

To clean tile, don't use anything very abrasive or stiff that could scratch the tile and destroy the grout. A pumice stone works well, removing scale like a giant eraser.

A putty knife is also great for scraping off especially heavy scale. Another alternative is to dissolve the scale with a 50-50 mix of water and muriatic acid; apply it with a nylon brush and start scrubbing. Rinse well when you're finished.




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Amerse Cover Care Cleaner

Amerse Cover Care Cleaner

A powerful heavy duty, clinging foam that will not run or drip providing extended contact time to cut through grease, grime and dirt. Specially...
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Duramitt

Duramitt

The latex mitten is designed for strength, flexibility and durability. Various colors, sizes, lengths, and thicknesses are available. Mittens are...
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Leisure Time CitraBright

Leisure Time CitraBright

Clean your spa with a product that both cleans and degreases with the power of citrus.
$12.95

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Scum Ball 2pk

Scum Ball 2pk

Scumballs attract and absorb oils in the spa.  They help fight "ring around the tub" and foam.
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Tub Scrubber

Tub Scrubber

Just enough roughness to clean you spa or hot tub, especially right at the water line.But will not hurt the finish. Easy to use with the handle. Can...
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