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Following our last update on the 5th August, discussions have continued with Water UK (and through them, with Defra and the water companies) it still appears for now, that the information passed on by our industry (and other industries using water) back in 2012, remains largely in place today. The Temporary Use Bans are in place in areas covered by the Isle of Man (from 29th July 2022), Southern Water (from Friday 5th August), South East Water (from Friday 12th August) and Welsh Water (from Friday 19th
Are you having trouble opening your drain cap? Sometimes the drain can be a little difficult to open. However, to help you out we have made a video to guide you through opening up the hot tub drain… Turn the drain clockwise Pull out pipe Turn clockwise again Unscrew the cap anti clockwise Push the pipe back in We hope that this information has helped you to regain your water clarity. These are guidelines and
Here is an interesting video on How to look after your hot tub water We hope that this information has helped you to regain your water clarity.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
Easy Guide to Chemicals YOU WILL ONLY USE EITHER CHLORINE OR BROMINE – NOT BOTHThis document is a guide only and has been created to give you the very basics of chemical management and we recommend that you always refer to your chemical manufacturers specific instructions. THE ABSOLUTE BASICS ARE – KEEP CHLORINE or BROMINE LEVEL– BALANCE pH– SHOCK DOSE– CLEAN FILTERS We have created this guide to communicate the very basics of hot tub
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
Enhance your hot tub experience with our range of hydrotherapy liquid. With a choice of six liquids you can soak away your aches and pains and experience the next level in medicinal body treatment. Our hydrotherapy liquids have been tested to ensure that they are completely water soluble and harmless to any pool, hot tub or bath. The blends have been tested to be safe on filters, acrylic, equipment and water quality. OUR RANGE A
Regularly oxidising hot tub water, ideally weekly, will pay dividends in the prevention of problems such as green coloured water. Bather wastes such as perspiration, urine and cosmetics can build up in hot tub water providing nutrients for bacteria and algae. A weekly oxidising treatment or shock dose will destroy these wastes and help maintain comfortable bathing conditions. Here are some chemicals you can use to help oxidise your hot tub water: Aquasparkle Spa Fusion
Hot tub covers are a great accessory to have. However, they do require a great deal of care. Here are some points to keep in mind when looking after your hot tub cover and keeping your hot tub experience a safe one. Warning: To Avoid Drowning Risk: DO NOT SIT / STAND or LAY on your hot tub cover. It WILL NOT support weight. Even resting your elbows on a cover can put a small
Are you struggling with keeping your hot tub water clear from cloudiness? We have some tips and advice to help you get your hot tub sparkling again.Hot tub water can go cloudy for a number of reasons; Incorrect water balance Poor or insufficient filtration Low levels of sanitiser A build up of bather waste Incorrect Water Balance – THE SOLUTION: Total Alkalinity is a measurement of the waters ability to resist pH change. If the
**(January 2022 update) The below information regarding running costs is now unfortunately outdated due to the increase in energy costs; we cannot currently give any general thoughts on running costs. We hope that the current situation will ease as soon as possible. We are retaining this post on our website for historical reference content. Please also consider looking into our webpage regarding air source heat pumps for hot tubs. A far more cost-effective way to
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