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One of the biggest concerns for people considering buying a hot tub is the maintenance. In reality, if you keep on top of it, keeping a hot tub in tip top condition requires minimal effort.
1. Keep your water topped up
This may sound obvious, but ensuring your hot tub has the correct amount of water in it will make everything work as it should. Most hot tubs have a handy water fill line so you'll know exactly where you need to fill it to. Equally as important is to make sure that you don't overfill it.
2. Regularly check the chemical levels
Keeping a check on your Chlorine/Bromine, PH and Alkalinity levels is paramount for a healthy bathing environment. This is easily done with our 4-Way Test Strips. Increase how often you do your checks with additional use of the hot tub and also during the Summer.
3. Keep your filters clean and replace when necessary
All Dreamspas come with the relevant filter(s) to get you started. It's important to make sure you keep your filters nice and clean to ensure they can function correctly. We also always recommend keeping a spare to make filter cleaning that little bit easier. Filter Cleaner is also a great addition to your hot tub cleaning regime.
4. Drain, clean and refill your hot tub
Providing you've followed all of the above steps, you shouldn't need to fully drain your hot tub that often. However, every now and again it's good to be able to give the hot tub a really good clean and replace the water. If this is something you'd rather not attempt yourself, we offer a range of maintenance options. Find out more here.
5. Ad-Hoc tasks
Use warm water and a sponge to wipe any water marks from the acrylic and any debris on the cushions. This can be done as often as necessary.
We stock a range of specially formulated chemicals to make maintaining your hot tub as easy as possible. If you ever need any assistance, call our helpline on 0333 344 8370.
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