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Is cloudy water keeping you out of your hot tub? Having hazy or murky water is a common hot tub issue. Fortunately, preventing it is easy!
Here’s some great tips on how to remedy cloudy water in your spa, and keep it from coming back!
Finding out if your hot tub water is out of balance or has a low sanitizer level is as easy as pulling out your test strips.
FAST TIP>>>>WAIT 5 – 10 MINUTES BETWEEN ADDING DIFFERENT CHEMICALS!
Adding too many chemicals at once can create cloudy water that takes days to clear and is often difficult to balance.
Hair products, skin products, and laundry soaps all contribute to cloudy water.
If your water has already been contaminated with any of the above, you can shock your water and use a clarifier to effectively clear-up the cloudiness.
These two product options will act instantly to rid your hot tub water of residual soaps, lotions, oils, hair spray and other organic material build-up.
A clogged or worn out filter can fail to trap contaminants and also put strain on your spa pump. To avoid a potentially costly mishap:
My Water is Still Cloudy… Hot tub water older than 3 – 4 months accumulate high TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) levels that cause persistent cloudiness. If none of the steps above are getting your water back to crystal clear, it’s time to flush, drain and refill your tub.
Keep in mind: If you drain and refill your tub, but do not use a system flush, or use a dirty or old filter cartridge to filter your new water, it will get cloudy again.
Don’t waste your time – follow these simple steps:
If your hot tub water is green and cloudy, call our service department for more troubleshooting help!
Service Team: 1800-700-7939
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21665 Pacific Hwy S
Seattle, WA 98198
Phone: (206) 824-7939
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