Warning! These behaviors that could damage your spa!

Warning! These behaviors that could damage your spa!

Are you enjoying your inflatable spa but worried about potential damage?


Here are some crucial tips to maintain and protect your investment:

1. Avoiding Direct Contact with Rough Surfaces

2. Proper Water Level Maintenance

3. Regular Filter Maintenance

4. Water Quality Management

5. Avoiding Harmful Chemicals

6. Protecting from Sun Exposure


1. Avoiding Direct Contact with Rough Surfaces:

Placing your spa directly on grass or gravel can cause friction between the sharp grains and the spa's body, leading to punctures or tears. Always use a ground mat underneath your spa to provide a protective barrier.


2. Proper Water Level Maintenance:

Operating the heating system without sufficient water or below the minimum water level can result in overheating and damage to the heating elements. Ensure the water level is between the minimum and maximum lines before activating the heating system.


3. Regular Filter Maintenance:

Neglecting to clean or replace the spa filters can cause blockages in the filtration pump, preventing heat dissipation and leading to overheating and potential damage to the heating system. Clean or replace the filters regularly to maintain optimal performance.


4. Water Quality Management:

Failure to regularly change and purify the spa water can result in mineral and chemical buildup, corroding the spa's body and causing leaks. Use professional water treatment chemicals according to instructions and avoid adding bath oils or salts to the water.


5. Avoiding Harmful Chemicals:

Using bath salts, shampoos, or other products can clog the filter pump and discolor the PVC body, leading to damage. Additionally, some chemicals may react with chlorine, creating toxic gases. Stick to approved spa chemicals and avoid adding unauthorized substances to the water.


6. Protecting from Sun Exposure:

Inflating the spa in direct sunlight can cause the PVC shell to melt, leading to excessive expansion and deformation, resulting in irreparable tears. Always store the spa in a shaded area when not in use to prevent sun damage and deformation.


By following these guidelines, you can ensure the longevity and performance of your inflatable spa while enjoying a relaxing soak without worries of potential damage.


Remember, proper maintenance is key to a trouble-free spa experience.

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