How to take care of jacuzzi

A relaxing session after a hard day’s work at a jacuzzi is a wonderful way to reward yourself. A jacuzzi are typically give that relaxing image with a healthy emphasis on its hygienic importance. Many people use a jacuzzi though to just relax and have fun though. But aside from using it as a have for relaxation, it is also important to give it some reward sometimes. To take care of jacuzzi means preserving one your most loved relaxation lifelines in your home.


We know that most pools accumulate dirt over time because it is relatively stagnant, which means it doesn’t flow. Jacuzzis have absolutely no problem with this. If you want your jacuzzi to stay clean ll by itself, all you have to do is to keep the motors or pumps running for quite some time even if no one’s going to take a dip. This critically reduces the chances of dirt and other things from ever accumulating in the water. If you have the chance to actually run it for the whole day (at least 8 hours non-stop), you can do so while checking the status during timed intervals.

The water’s chemical level should also be monitored properly. Always perform regular check-ups of the water’s chlorine level, bromine level, and pH levels. Chlorine should be kept at minimum, bromine levels should exactly run around 3-6ppm, and the pH levels should rest at around 7.4pH. If you see a rise or fall in any of these levels add the appropriate level to regulate the water.

A good way to clear the water of various organic compounds is to shock the water in the jacuzzi. You can do this before or after the jacuzzi has “pumped” up, but it should be more preferable to do before letting the water run. Dilute the shock substance in the water according to the prescribed level (usually 1 ounce for every 500 gallon of water). You can also manipulate the bromine and chlorine levels to achieve this (be sure to regulate and monitor the levels afterward). There is also a good share of items in the market that is targeted to prevent stains and scales in pools. Incidentally, you an also use these on your jacuzzi (again follow the prescriptions on the item’s label).

Other things to look out for if you want to take care of jacuzzi are the dirt accumulating around the waterline, and oils and greases stuck on the jacuzzi walls. An enzyme usually does its job in these areas, but again, like what has been said numerous times earlier, always use the amount prescribed in the label of the product.
Do this maintenance scheme once every 3 months, and you can potentially have a jacuzzi that can last for a lifetime.