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FEATURES & BENEFITS:

  • 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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This is a great query, and one of the most common questions we hear.

There are a variety of reasons and solutions:

1. Check your owner’s guide for the appropriate filtration times for your spa.

2. Are your spa filters Clean?

Your spa filters are often neglected though they are the best way to keep your water crystal clear.

Spa filters need to be washed off weekly. We suggest a filter wand as the most effective way of doing this without damaging the filter material. See all of our Read More..


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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Water Hardness

The measurement of minerals in your water including calcium and magnesium is referred to as water hardness.

Spas and swim spas should have some level of hardness. If your spa water does not have enough calcium, the water will draw minerals, including copper, aluminium and iron form spa parts such as spa heating elements and spa pump seals. This...

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We get this question quite a bit:

How do I switch my spa from lithium spa sanitiser to a chlorine free spa sanitiser?

We usually advise if the water is over two months old it is best to dump it and start over.

I...

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Get ready for Spring.

 

Some people drain and let their spa sit during the winter months.

Although we do not recommend leaving your spa empty for long periods of time, usually around this time of year we get a number of calls from people restarting their spas.

Here are a few tips to help you:

1. Clean

Make sure to wipe the inside of your spa down with a soft damp towel to remove any dust and debris that may have settled dur...

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Question:

Recently I have been getting a white scale build up just above the waterline of my spa and I can't seem to get it off. What causes this and how can I remove it?

Answer:

Spa scale can be caused by a few different things: hard water (high Calcium), water that is highly alkaline, water with high iron, and body oils, lotions or other contaminants introduced into the water by bathers. it can also be a sign that you are using too much lithium sanatiser.

First you will want to check your water balance with a 4 in 1 test strip. Ok range for pH is between: 7.2 - 7.8 Ok range for To...

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