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Ready, Set, Open Your Pool – Tips from the Pros!

Ready, Set, Open Your Pool – Tips from the Pros!

Greetings pool people! It’s that time of year again where we peel back those winter covers to reveal whether or not Mother Nature and Father Winter were nice to our pools this off season. With the nice weather we’ve been receiving, we’d like to remind you to start tackling your pool maintenance soon to prevent an algae bloom! Here are some tips to help make your pool season get started off on the right foot. Tip 1 – Pool Cover…

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How To Clean Your Hot Tub Filter

How To Clean Your Hot Tub Filter

A properly operating filter helps keep your hot tub water clear and clean by capturing the hair, oils and cosmetics that wash off when people use the spa. When the filter is dirty however, all that debris remains in the water. It is advised to clean your filter every 4-6 weeks with frequent use. Follow these easy steps to clean your filter: Remove the cartridge. Rinse with a garden hose to remove loose debris. Use SpaGuard Filter Cleaner and Degreaser…

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How to get your Barbecue ready for summer!

How to get your Barbecue ready for summer!

The sun is emerging here in the great northwest and while we are busy looking for the sunglasses we haven’t used since last year, we dream of all the delicious food we are going to cook on our barbecues this year. Did you stash away your barbecue like you did your sunglasses? Then it’s probably time to give it a thorough tune up and spring cleaning. Safety If you have a gas barbecue you want to make sure it is…

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How To Change Your ClearRay Light Bulb

How To Change Your ClearRay Light Bulb

1. Remove the skirt or cabinet from the control side of the spa and locate the Clear Ray unit, and the Clear Ray power supply. 2. Check the lights on the power supply. There should be 2 indicator lights (red and green) lit up on the power supply. The Green light means the Clear Ray unit is receiving power, the Red light means the bulb is lit up. If both lights are on, the unit is functioning correctly, and you…

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