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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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Automatic Pool Cleaners – Saves time, money, and your sanity!

Automatic Pool Cleaners – Saves time, money, and your sanity!

Spring is in the air and that means it’s time for a little spring cleaning! Now for those of you who have followed some of my previous posts, you know I’m all about making life easier. If there’s a quicker way for me to get something done, I’ll find it! Just ask my boss. With that said, nothing says quick and easy like our automatic pool vacuums. Gone are the days where you have to battle the vacuum Amounts, advice…

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Making Your Hot Tub Smell Good!

Making Your Hot Tub Smell Good!

Do you suffer from dry or itchy skin from soaking in your hot tub? Does the scent of your hot tub water bother you? Well, you’re in luck! Aqua Quip wants to make sure you love getting in your hot tub and offers some great solutions to smelly water and itchy skin. Gentle Spa: Gentle Spa is an amazing water conditioner that leaves your skin feeling silky soft with a fresh, yet subtle, fragrance. It is a neutral scent that…

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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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Freeze Protection

Freeze Protection

Shiver me timbers! It’s a cold one out there and we’ve been getting lots of questions about how to help protect our customers’ pools and spas from the clutches of Jack Frost! Pools and Built-in Spas: Insulation is your friend. If you leave your pool filled and circulating year ‘round, another great step to help prevent freeze damage is to wrap your exposed plumbing with foam pipe wrap. Check the size of your PVC plumbing first (usually 1 ¼”, 1…

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