How to Clean Hot Tub Filters | JOYEE

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Update time : 2022-09-19 18:36:24

One of the core ways to keep your hot tub clean is to have your filters cleaned and replaced regularly.
The more you invest in keeping your hot tub filter clean, the more efficiency you get from it, the less need for chemicals and the more jet power you will have. So let's take a look at how to clean Jacuzzi filters and some useful advice on hot tub filters and why keeping them clean is so important.
 
In the JOYEE hot tub, dirty water flows through the filter via a circulation pump, then is heated by a heater and then flows out through the jets. This circulation ensures that you always enjoy clean, warm water and that you can enjoy the benefits of hydrotherapy.
 
The filter plays an important role in this process, as it ensures that the water passing through the pump and heater is clean. Therefore, if there are any problems with the filter, problems are likely to occur.
 

There are various ways you can clean hot tub filters.
 
Basic rinse

It is recommended to do this every two to four weeks. This process will help remove grease from the hot tub filter.
 
After turning off the hot tub at the isolator switch, remove the filter and give it a quick rinse to remove any major debris. Then thoroughly spray the filter surface with instant filter cleaner spray. Please wear gloves, masks and goggles during operation.
 
 
Allow the filter to stand for about 15 minutes, then use a soft brush to remove any residual debris. If the filter is heavily contaminated, you may need to repeat the whole process.
Finally, rinse the filter thoroughly, then dry it and return to the jacuzzi spa.



Quick filter cleaner spray
Recommended every two to four weeks, this process will help remove grease from the hot tub filter.
 
After turning off the hot tub at the isolator switch, remove the filter and give it a quick rinse to remove any major debris. Then spray the filter surface thoroughly with Instant Filter Cleaner Spray. Always operate with gloves, mask and goggles during execution.
 
Allow the filter to stand for approximately 15 minutes and then use a soft brush to remove any remaining debris. If the filter is heavily contaminated, you may need to repeat the whole process.
Finally, rinse the filter thoroughly, then dry it and return it to the Jacuzzi.

 
Filter soak
This is the most thorough hot tub filter cleaning process, but it is also the most time consuming.
 
Turn off the hot tub at the isolator switch, remove the filter and rinse to remove any major debris.
 
Place the filter soaking solution in a bucket, following the instructions carefully. Place the filter in the solution and soak for at least 8 hours.
 
After eight hours, rinse the filter thoroughly and then dry the filter before placing it back in the jacuzzi hot tub.

 
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