Do you need a pre-filter when filling hot tub?
When filling your hot tub with well water, it’s important to use a pre-filter. The pre-filter will help remove some of the elements that make well water “hard.”’
What is the Clean Screen pre-filter?
The Clean Screen pre-filter prevents organic contaminants, tannins, copper, iron and other metals from entering your spa water.
How do you use fresh water filter cleaner?
Directions for Use:
- Remove spa filters or cartridges and rinse off any large debris.
- Soak Spa filters or cartridges with water.
- Spray FreshWater Instant Filter Cleaner over entire surface area for maximum effect.
- Let set for 5 minutes.
Can you put too much water in a hot tub?
Putting too much water into your hot tub may also cause overflowing. No matter the cause, when you overflow your hot tub, it causes the water level to rise above the loop for the air blower, which causes the circuit breaker to trip. Try to reset the breaker and reset the hot tub.
How can I clean my monitor screen?
Turn off your device and unplug it. Start by removing any dust from the screen with a dry microfiber cloth. For fingerprints and smudges, spray 70% isopropyl alcohol onto a cloth, or use a pre-moistened alcohol wipe or a Clorox Disinfecting Wipe, to clean non-porous surfaces like the screen; do not use bleach.
Can I use bleach to clean spa filter?
Soak in household bleach: This may be necessary if you haven’t had a chance to maintain the spa, and the water has gotten murky. To clean a filter with bleach, cover the filter with 5 gallons of hot water, add 1/4 cup of household bleach and let the filter soak for 2 hours maximum and not overnight.
Can you use vinegar to clean hot tub filters?
Pros: Cleaning hot tub filters with vinegar is effective at removing the scale or mineral salt deposits since vinegar is a weak acid. Vinegar is also safe for skin exposure once the filter is back in the hot tub.
Should I leave my hot tub filter on all the time?
Since your hot tub pump circulates the warm water as well as the sanitizer, a general rule is to follow manufacturer recommendations or leave the pump on for a minimum of eight hours per day. Making sure your hot tub is ready when you are is the ultimate in relaxation—let your hot tub pump do its thing, then soak away.