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Old 9 Sep 17, 09:54 AM  
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Advice Maintaining Tiled Indoor Swim Spa & Spa ?

We are installing a small swim spa and spa inside our house.
I am very keen to ensure we get the cleaning & maintenance right as I am very aware of the health risks involved if things are not maintained to a good standard.

Can any Dibb offer advice please based on their own routines - would also need a recommendation for a pool vacuum that is effective but not mad money.

The swim spa will use UV technology to clean the water but the spa will have conventional chemicals I believe.
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Old 9 Sep 17, 11:04 AM  
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Doesn't the installer have any recommendations? I'd go with whatever they suggest given it's to look after their product and avoid complaints.
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1 scoop of chlorine daily, then non chlorine shock it once a week normally a Sunday evening.

Test with a stick (Amazon) once every three days and adjust as necessary, I.e PH +\-.

Some general rules I find helpful
all guests shower before entering spa
keep a set of bathing clothes for the spa so not wearing the same in public pools etc
fake tan a big no no !

Change water every 6 months or if kids have a party 🎉! It's always gross after the 9 year olds have been in ! 😂

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