Using Nature’s Resources to Clean Your Hot Tub

jacuzzi, hot tub, spa poolMore and more Hot Tub owners are making the informed decision to clean their Hot Tubs (ג׳קוזי) with natural cleaning products. Given the current state of our environment, this is actually a very wise thing to do.

Unfortunately, much of the environmental damage which is occurring today cannot be reversed or can only be corrected after years of effort. Every individual who uses natural cleaning products, for their Hot Tub, is playing a small role in saving the Earth.

It is impossible to avoid toxic products, altogether, when maintaining a Jacuzzi (ג׳קוזי). But, it is getting easier to locate ‘green products’ that are suitable for the job. Not only our natural cleaning products safer on the tub itself, they’re safer for Hot Tub owners, as well.

There are products on the market, today, that use enzymes to clean and soften Hot Tub water. They maintain alkalinity and pH and greatly reduce or eliminate the need for other cleaning solutions. These products are odor free and gentle on the skin.

It is relatively easy to find natural filter soak, water clarifier’s and fragrances. Similar to cleaners, the filter soak uses citrus and enzymes to clean the filter. Simply by soaking it for three hours or longer, rinsing and then allowing the filter to air dry will do the trick.

Natural water clarifier’s are very easy to use. Aside from clarifying cloudy water, this practice also used to remove excess oils and help in the prevention of scum. It actually improves the efficiency of the water, without clogging. It makes filters even easier to clean.

Fragrances allow users to experience the natural effects of aromatherapy, while enjoying their Hot Tub. Let’s face it; this vast majority of Hot Tub users utilize their Hot Tub (ג׳קוזי) as a means of relaxation, after a hectic day.

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