NEW Liquid Clean Start ~ A Better Way to Deep Clean Your Hot Tub
March 2, 2015
Clear Out the Pipes. Rid them of accumulated gunk. SilkBalance’s NEW liquid Clean Start™ renews hot tub plumbing for a fresh water experience that will make your hot tub water easier to care for.
Some of the oils, lotions, cosmetics, sweat, and other organics that threaten your hot tub water never show up on the surface. You don’t want to see them. They’re icky, nasty, and gross. You don’t want to think about them.
But they’re building up in your plumbing lines, out of sight, out of mind, and out of reach – until now. Safe, USA-made Clean Start™ can make those pipes like new in minutes, no matter what sanitizing system you use. Protects plumbing and parts.
Use Clean Start™ when you’re going to drain and refill your hot tub. Use it when you get a previously-owned spa, when you switch to the SilkBalance System or change sanitizing methods, or when you’re having trouble with cloudiness and odor. In any case, be sure to use it once a year.
Here’s how easy it is use CleanStart™:
First, remove all filters.
- Turn circulation system on high with all jets running
- Add a half-bottle of liquid Clean Start™ and run jets for 15-30 minutes
- Drain water and clean shell.
- Reinstall filters, refill tub, and perform the ordinary start-up water treatments
You’ll get a clean start with no buildup behind the scenes. You can relax knowing your whole hot tub is truly clean and sanitary.
As the Romans said it, Res severa verum gaudium. True pleasure is a serious business.
More on hot tub water care:
What is SilkBalnce? How Does It Work In Your Hot Tub? Everything You Need to Know
7 Hot Tub Water Care Headaches You Can Eliminate When You Switch to SilkBalance
Hot Tub Dry Skin? Itch No More With SilkBalance Water Care
Author: Don Riling
Don Riling is the President of Olympic Hot Tub and has been an active member of the hot tub industry for over 27 years. As the company’s owner since 2016, he has continued Olympic’s legacy of promoting health & wellness through water.