ASCOT HOT TUB/SPA CLEANING SERVICING & VALETING & PART'S STORE !!

Hot Tub Chemical Maintenance /Chemical Storage

Hot Tub Chemical Maintenance
Owning a hot tub doesn't require a lot of hard work. A few simple routines will keep your water sparkling clean and your hot tub in excellent condition. This guide has been written with the view of making you hot tub water safe, you may find some guides online that are less stringent. However, we recommend that this guide is followed as to make sure all risks involved with water care will be reduced to a minimum, so that you and your family can enjoy your hot tub in safety.
Welcome to  HOT TUB/SPA CLEANING SERVICING & VALETING .!Here to help......
Please Note:  All spa part sales are Final. Spa parts are not universal and can be difficult to identify. If you are not confident that you have chosen the right parts - please email us at hottubparts.info@gmail.com  before you purchase and we will attempt to help you identify what you need.

Cleaning is a part of everyone's daily routine. You clean the kitchen and appliances, you clean your bathrooms, living rooms etc but some things are forgotten about. Cleaning you Hot tub or spa is important as getting clogged up with
Bacteria is not good for it, or you.
 Please see
The Hidden Dangers of the Hot Tub 
We are here to help

 Chemical Storage
Minimize the different types of chemicals you store.
Don't buy more than you will consume in a season. Some of the more hazardous pool chemicals don't keep well.
Keep wet hands and dirty scoops out of your chemicals. Contamination is often a cause of problems.
Don't store pool chemicals where other materials can fall into them.
Never, NEVER, mix chemicals. When adding chemicals to your pool allow one to disappear before adding another.
Use gloves and glasses.
Make sure chemicals are locked away from small children.
Always label containers
ALL forms of acids react DANGEROUSLY with all forms of chlorine or bromine. Never, never, NEVER mix swimming pool chemicals of any type! Chlorine compounds that look or smell alike may not be the same: you have to know the actual chemical. Allowing even small amounts of different chlorine sanitizers to touch each other can be REALLY dangerous. In particular, trichlor and calcium hypochlorite can react dangerously on contact with each other. Once they're dissolved in the pool, though, they get along fine.

Sale

Unavailable

Sold Out