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Spa Filter Maintenance

Learn how to maintain your spa filter, so you can better enjoy your spa.

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Spa Filter Maintenance

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  1. Spa Filter Maintenance

  2. Filters Need Check-Ups • To keep you pool or hot tub circulating nice clean water you want to relax in, you need to keep your filter in good shape. • This means cleaning, soaking, changing, and checking it regularly.

  3. Clean It Weekly • Be sure to clean your spa filter weekly so it can keep your water just as clean. • You’ll need to remove obstructions and rinse off difficult to see particles and oils.

  4. Soak Your Filter • It is also helpful to soak your filter once a month. • Use specially made filter cleaners to soak it in order to keep the fibers from disintegrating.

  5. Dishwasher Safe • The next time you’re scraping pans for the dishwasher, grab the spa filter. • That’s right, they’re dishwasher safe.

  6. Dishwasher Rules • Be sure to stop the dishwasher before the dry cycle in order to prevent filter damage. • Then, give it a rinse, so your hot tub doesn’t end up full of bubbles.

  7. Change Every Six Months • Even with upkeep, eventually, your filter will deteriorate, which means it’s time for a new one. • Experts recommend changing your filter every 6 months.

  8. Buying New Is Worth It • Buying a new filter may be an inconvenient expense, but it’s worth it. • Getting rid of an old filter will prevent more expensive spa problems down the road.

  9. Accessorize Appropriately • Your filter will work better if it has the appropriate partners working with it. • Make sure you’re using the best possible filter accessories.

  10. Maintain Your Spa • Keep your spa filter happy and your spa will be more likely to keep you happy. • A little maintenance here and there, means years of enjoyment for you and your family.

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