How to Deep Clean Your Hot Tub

Stinky hot tub smells means it's time to use SeaKlear Spa System FlushMay 20, 2014

Did you know that your hot tub needs a deep cleaning once a year? Stinky smells are only an outward sign that you must deep clean. Why not do it now before Memorial Day kicks off a summer of hot tubbing fun.

Here’s why it’s important. You keep the visible part of your hot tub sparkling clean. Now clean out the part you can’t see – the nasty part where oils, lotions, cosmetics, hair products, and sweat build up and foul your filters and circulation system, leading to cloudy water, scum lines on the tub walls, foaming, and stench.

How to deep clean your hot tub? Use Spa System Flush, which makes your tub sparkle deep inside. SeaKlear Spa System FlushÒ deep cleans the pipes in minutes with no harsh chemicals and no conflicts with sanitizers. It actively “scrubs” your pipes to dissolve the gunk that builds up inside the parts of your hot tub that you’ll never see. Buy replacement hot tub filters on sale.

 

 

Spa System Flush attacks the root cause of most hot tub water care problems: the build up of organic waste.  Organic contaminants like oils, lotions, cosmetics, hair products and sweat concentrate in hot tub water to produce scum lines, cloudy water, clogged hot tub filters, bad odors, and foaming.  These contaminants collect and build up in your hot tub circulation system and filters.

It’s so easy to use!

1. Skim.

Remove the large debris from the tub with a net so it doesn’t go into the pumps.

2. Set.

Take out the filters and pour Spa System Flush through the filter area to your water the night before you drain your Hot Spring Spa. 

3. Jet.

Turn the circulation system on full blast with all jets running, and the waterfall open if you have one, for 15 to 30 minutes. Rotate the large diverter levers to each get position so Spa System Flush reaches all the jet lines.

4. Circulate.    

Turn the jets off after a half-hour, close the lid, and let the spa circulate normally overnight.  

5. Clean.

Drain the water the next day and clean the shell. A little Spa System Flush on a sponge will remove residue from the walls – wear rubber gloves while you’re wiping. 

6. Renew.

Reinstall the filters, refill the tub, balance the water, and get ready for a relaxing soak that will leave you feeling as fresh as your spa.

Use SeaKlear Spa System Flush at least once a year to clear out bacteria before a new tubbing system, or whenever:

A. You’re changing sanitation methods, such as switching to SilkBalance for your Hot Spring Spa.

B. You’ve bought a used hot tub or one that sat unused for a long time.

C. You notice stinky hot tub smells or you can’t get the water clear or balanced.

You deserve the fresh, clean feel of a deep-cleaned spa. Get SeaKlear Spa System Flush online or in any Olympic Hot Tub store.

Health through Water, or as the Romans said: Sanum per Aqua.

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Don Riling

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 20 years. As the company’s owner since 2016, he has continued Olympic’s legacy of promoting health & wellness through hot water & sauna therapy.

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