Keep your Spa clean & Healthy
To always enjoy the health benefits of your spa a regular detox is required to keep bacteria from developing.

What is a Detox?

Over time, a biofilm can naturally build up in your spa. This occurs just from normal use and can be exacerbated by oils from suntan lotions, body lotions and fake tans, shampoos, etc. Bacteria can grow on this and without regular detoxing, there is the potential risk of bacterial infections such as Legionnaire’s Disease occurring.

Sanitiser and PH levels
Filters & Cleaning
Chemical Balance
Based on the analysis and condition of the water products required to keep your hot tub in good condition will be added. A Biofilm Eliminator is added to the water, along with shock dose and if necessary a flush. These products help clean inside the pipework and remove bacteria and other contaminants.
Filters are soaked in a cleaning solution,  rinsed out with a hose, older filters may need to be replaced. These will be available at an additional cost. 

After running the hot tub for one hour it will then be drained and the inner shell and all the jets will be thoroughly cleaned. Any mould or other surface contaminants will be treated and eradicated.

The underside of the cover is treated and cleaned.

Water is sanitised and balanced. Destroying microorganisms and bacteria.

My Spa says Self-cleaning?

If you have a "Self-Cleaning" hot tub/spa you still need to add chemicals such as chlorine, bromine, and PH balancers to the water and clean the spa filters. Owners must put in some time and effort to care for their spa system. The idea of a self-cleaning hot tub is a myth you still need to take regular care of it to keep it in tip-top condition and avoid any harmful bacteria.

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