Move over winter! Spring has sprung.

That can only mean one thing: it’s time to give your hot tub the deep spring clean it truly deserves. Whether you’re new to the hot tub cleaning process or you’re an expert, this step-by-step guide will help you save time and stress, to ultimately make hot tub cleaning a joy. Read on for more!


Keeping your hot tub clean doesn’t have to be a total drag or time-consuming project that you keep putting off. When you understand the benefits of taking care of it on a regular basis, including improved functionality, energy-efficiency, and an enhanced appeal to spend time in, and you recognize how to keep it clean efficiently and effectively, then it’s a win-win!

Best of all, you’ll keep expenses down to a minimum. It’s also a great opportunity to check your hot tub for any cracks, leaks or damage that might require professional help.

Are you in need of hot tub repair in Hamilton, Burlington, or the GTA? Simply  submit a request for hot tub service to have a highly-trained spa technician visit your home and resolve the problem for you. 


Follow these hassle-free cleaning tips to eliminate bacteria and get your hot tub crystal-clear in next to no time.


Stagnant water is a breeding ground for bacteria, and if water sat in your hot tub all winter long, you’ll need to add a purging agent to clean out the bacteria from plumbing lines.


It’s recommended you drain your hot tub every three months. If this is your first time draining it, follow these steps. 

  • Turn off the power to the tub
  • Remove the panel underneath the main control of your hot tub
  • Lift the white drain hose, and cut the plastic tie on the hose
  • Unscrew the drain cap and remove it
  • Connect the drain hose to your garden hose and direct it to a drainage area
  • After the water has been drained from your hot tub, disconnect the garden hose and screw the drain cap back on

Clean the Interior

Clean thoroughly inside the hot tub with a non-abrasive solution. Don’t leave any stone unturned or use any solution that creates suds.  

Clean the Exterior 

Remove the dirt from the outside using a scrubber or a soft rug. Prepare to scrub hard if there’s a sticky build-up in certain areas. 

Clean the Cover 

Hot tub covers need just as much as care and maintenance as the tub itself does. Inspect the entire cover for any tears or holes. If you find a small hole, repair it with a patch. 

Clean the Filters

Before cleaning your filter, you should refer to your owner’s manual. Start by removing the filter. Rinse it thoroughly under high pressure. This will help you remove any particles and debris that cannot be cleaned with the pressure from the water. 

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