From time to time it is likely that foam will appear on the water surface. This is usually caused by remnants of detergents left in bathing costumes after they have been washed. Foam generally isn’t harmful and can be easily managed. If possible it is always a good idea to encourage hot tub bathers to shower, with their costumes on, before using the hot tub as this will not only help in removing detergents but will also remove cosmetics and lotions from the body. If foam does appear on the water it can easily be destroyed by using our product Foam Away.

Foam away is used to prevent and destroy unsightly foam on the surface of the hot tub water. This fast acting product quickly breaks the foam down. It comes in a liquid form that can be added directly to the hot tub water.

We hope that this information has helped you to take control of the unsightly foam.
These are guidelines and it is a case of taking the time to maintain and keep on top of your chemicals.

Over time spa water can become ‘stale’ as it absorbs minerals, chemicals and other soluble materials that cause total dissolved solids (T.D.S) to increase. When the T.D.S level reaches 1,500mg/l it is time to drain that water out of the spa and refill it with fresh new water.

As a guide it is best to have your hot tub drained and refilled every 2-3 months.

For more information please give our office a call on 02392 471 073.