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How to sanitize an inflatable spa

The use of a spa inflatable is fun, but the hygiene should always be a priority when using this type of jacuzzi to prevent the spread of pathogenic bacteria or diseases of recreational waters.

Despite the small size of the spa, inflatable, you must carefully monitor the cleanliness. To guarantee proper hygiene, it is time to empty the water and clean the spa inflatable after each use.

chlorine to spa inflatable

The cleaning must be accompanied by a disinfection to eliminate the micro-organisms that cause the diseases.

Equipment for disinfection of the spa inflatable

To clean your spa inflatable you need, among other things, a bucket of about 20 litres of water approximately, a disinfectant, liquid chlorine, a garden hose and a soft cloth or a soft brush.

The first step of the cleaning is to empty the water from the spa or hot tub inflatable. This is important, given that the spa water is left for a long time can cause a serious contamination of microorganisms.

Empty the water from the spa may seem like a waste, and fill the spa inflatable after each use can seem like a hassle, but if you bit the spa and its use is highly spacing in time, it is worth every step to reduce the spread of germs that cause disease.

After emptying the spa inflatable, fill a bucket with water and add ¼ cup of disinfectant liquid chlorine to the water (you Can buy this disinfectant fluid by clicking on the links you will see below). This disinfectant can also be used in the swimming pool, inflatable home to maintain hygiene.

spa inflatable Intex Greywood Deluxe

Use a clean cloth moistened in a solution of water and disinfectant to clean the interior of the spa inflatable. You can also use a soft brush to scrub.

The bottom of the spa inflatable and its seams

Pay attention to the bottom of the jacuzzi and to areas with stitching, where they can hide bacteria. After thoroughly cleaning the jacuzzi, rinse it thoroughly under running water from the hose so that no traces of the disinfectant.

After a rinse thoroughly, the spa, inflatable can be left to dry completely in the sun for about four hours. After four hours, check that the spa inflatable is dry before re-save it.

Should be cleaned regularly with a disinfectant. To ensure the hygiene is a priority for your jacuzzi inflatable, for example, if you have a child with episodes of diarrhea or vomiting, it is better to keep it away from the jacuzzi to prevent the spread of germs that cause the bacteria to other users of the swimming pool or the jacuzzi.

Therefore, it is not sufficient to change the spa water inflatable, clean and disinfect always to make sure that you and your family are protected from the disease.

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