Biofilm is a complex association of microorganisms which adhere to a hot tub surfaces, particularly inside the plumbing, where they are difficult to remove. Biofilm may contain bacteria, viruses, mold, parasites as well as dirt and polysaccharides which add adhesion to a surface. It grows in the nicks and crannies within the plumbing systems and jets, forming a slippery film.
Microorganisms inside the biofilm layer are somewhat protected from sanitizing agents such as chlorine, bromine, or algaecides. These microorganisms present a danger because if released into the water, a bather may be contaminated before sanitizers can kill them. It is important to remove biofilm and prevent it from reforming. We recommend the regular use of Spa System Flush to aid in the removal of films and deposits which form inside the plumbing and jets of your spa.Scale buildup on your heater element can reduce heating efficiency and increase costs. Regular use of Spa System Flush helps dissolve these deposits.
Easy to use...
Make Spa System Flush a part of your regular maintenance routine. It's easy & economical! When it's time to drain your water, simply add Spa System Flush to your old water (per label directions) and run your pumps & jets on high speed for a few minutes (or overnight at low speed, if convenient). You'll be amazed at how quickly it removes oily films and other buildup from your plumbing system! Then just drain away, harmlessly with your old water!
Spa System Flush is Unique...
Cleans the inside of your plumbing system -- the pipes and hoses that are the heart of your spa... removing films and deposits, without the use of harsh or toxic chemicals. A spa with immaculate plumbing results in cleaner, clearer, fresher water and better circulation.