With the glorious summer, we have enjoyed becoming a faded memory, we have seen the first sighters of autumn with cold mornings & dark evenings.
When the weather gets cooler, the hot tub for many users will become more popular so all aspects of maintenance must be adhered to.
One detail we have written about in our maintenance advice page which seems to be falling on deaf ears is the guide to the maintenance of the insulated spa cover.
The spa cover is the barrier between the hot tub & the heat of the summer plus the harshness of the winter, it takes a barrage from both extremes so therefore needs to be maintained just as much as the hot tub itself.
With the hot tub constantly on & therefore producing steam, the inside of the spa cover will constantly meet a vapoured mist of chemicals from inside the hot tub. The outside of the hot tub will endure a constant coating of leaves, dust & dirt swept in by wind, rain & lowering temperatures.
Cleaning the outer & inner of the spa cover weekly will help remove the inner layers of steam stained chemicals, plus remove all unwanted remnants from the surface, this will promote a healthy spa cover & prevent the cover from getting dirty & heavy.
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