Maintenance Routine


Test the Chlorine or Bromine levels using our 4-Way Test Strips to ensure that your hot tub is adequately sanitised and dose your tub according to the instructions on the packaging.
Test hot tub pH levels to ensure they fall between 7.2 and 7.6. If not within these parameters a simple dose of pH Plus or pH Minus should resolve the issue. Again, use according to instructions.
If the water is foaming, use Anti-Foam as per the instructions for immediate effect.


‘Shock’ the hot tub with a suitable oxidising agent such as Non-Chlorine Shock (Oxygen Shock).  This is a fast-acting formula for rapid water recovery.


Rotate your filters every second week depending on usage. The filter is the work horse of your hot tub and if put under too much pressure, the clarity of your water will suffer. Having replacement filters that you can rotate means that you can maintain the highest water clarity and avoid down time during the cleaning process. Allowing the filters to dry completely before replacing them ensures a cleaner and safer bathing environment whilst strengthening the paper fibers and prolonging the life of the filter.


If you live in an area with hard water (high calcium) adding De-Scaler or pH Minus to your Spa will reduce calcium build up and prolong the life of your hot tub.


System Flush - use Hot Tub Flush to give yours hot tub’s plumbing system a really thorough clean. Introduce the recommended amount the night before you drain the hot tub and after a short cycle of the pumps, allow it to settle. Drain your hot tub the following day and rest easy knowing that all of the internal plumbing has been deeply and thoroughly cleansed.

This process is highly recommended, and essential for prolonging the life of your hot tub.