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Poppit Pipe Degreaser 500ml


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You take the time to maintain your spa water keeping it crystal clear and that requires the use of some type of sanitiser such as spa chlorine, bromine or hydrogen peroxide.

Not only can these chemicals add a cost to maintaining your spa but some of them can be harsh on skin, clothing and hair so it makes sense that the less sanitiser that you use the better.

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  • No chemical odours
  • pleasant spa environment
  • does not contain bromine
  • suitable for asthmatics & those with chlorine sensitivity.
  • simple to convert just follow these easy steps

Use and startup instructions for new spas:

Since dust, dirt and plastic residue can exist in your new spa following manufacture, we recommend you clean the spa prior to use. This can be done by filling the spa with water, removing the filter cartidges, adding 50ml of Poppit Spa Pipe Degreaser and circulating through the pipes (Turning the blowers on and off several ti...

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The answer to this depends on how often you use your spa, how well you maintain it and what chemical system you use.

As a rule you should change the water in a spas containing 700L to 4000L on average every 3-4 months for an average user and sooner for heavy users.

An average user would use their spa 2-3 times a week. A heavy user would use their spa 4-5 days per week.

Swim spas containing 5000L to 7000L will need to hav...

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This a great question that we hear often from spa owners.

There are a number of reasons why spa water foams:

1. You have detergent in the water.

Detergent can be found in your swimming clothing, hair, body, sunscreen, lotions and oil based scent.

2. You have oils in your water.

Oils can come from bathers not showering before they enter the spa or swim spa. It can come from un-approved spa scents being used. If you are using scents make sure they ar...

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How often do you change your spa water?

It is recommended that spa owners change their spa water every three months depending on bather load. One of the most important parts of changing your spa water is cleaning the internal spa surfaces. Spa plumbing, including spa jets, pumps and heaters can develop a build up.

Refilling your spa with fresh water without cleaning the pipes wi...

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It seems crazy not soak in your spa during the cold winter months but maybe you are going away for the colder months or just taking a break from using your spa pool or swim spa?

Whatever the reason, correctly winterizing your spa can save you time and money when you are ready to use it again.

Keep in mind, we strongly recommend that you never leave your spa empty for a period of 2 weeks or more. Leaving your spa empty can cause damage to the pumps, heater element and shell.  In most cases you are be...

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What causes this scum line and how do I get rid of it?
The line that may develop around the waterline area of your spa has two main causes:

Cause 1: Mineral Deposits
This is more common with those that use bore water or other water that is overly hard and it is basically a deposit of minerals left as the water evaporates away.

This deposit is usually white or rust coloured and will be chalky to the touch. This deposit can usually be removed using a strong solution of vinegar. If you have this you need to be extra vigilant with your water hardness.

If you have a lot of minerals in your water we reco...

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