Easiest Way to Clean Filter of Your Jacuzzi

Most Spa Pool (בריכות ספא) owners are obsessed with having the cleanest, clearest water around. This means that you’ll need to clean your spa pool filter on a regular basis.

Not too long ago, the only real way to clean your spa pool filter was to use Muriatic acid which is not only highly corrosive but also the toxic fumes were linked to lung damage and even death. And while it was very effective at cleaning your filter, especially getting rid of the hard to clean calcium deposit buildups, because it was so dangerous it just wasn’t worth the risk.

Fortunately now your spa pool and spa supply store stocks a number of different products that are not only as effective at cleaning your Jacuzzi but are much safer as well. So let’s look at some quick tips on how you can keep your spa filter clean so you can enjoy your crystal clear spa pool (בריכות ספא)  water.

Firstly it’s a good idea to have at least two filters. One that is already in the spa pool and the other that you keep as a spare. When it comes time to change them, just pop the spare in and remove the original for cleaning.

Use a commercial cleaner that you get from your pool and spa supply store and follow the directions as indicated. You may need to scrub using a nylon brush to get rid of hard calcium deposits although if you swap spa pool filters every two weeks that isn’t such an issue. Then rinse off to make sure there are no suds or detergents left and put it away to dry so that it can be swapped back in on your next clean.

Keeping your spa pool (בריכות ספא) filter clean is the best way to ensure that you’ll enjoy clear fresh water and be enjoying your spa for many years to come.

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