ThermoSpas Blog - Care & Maintenance

What is White Water Mold and Pink Slime?

on March 24, 2015 in Care & Maintenance

It’s never fun to find strange substances like white water mold and pink slime floating around in your hot tub. Thankfully, as long as you follow a regular cleaning schedule, you shouldn’t run into this problem. Unfortunately, these floating objects are signs of a bigger problem: biofilm. What is White Water Mold and Pink Slime? […]

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Too Much Chlorine in Your Hot Tub? Here’s How to Fix It

on February 27, 2015 in Care & Maintenance

You only need a small amount of chlorine to successfully sanitize your spa, so it’s possible to overdo it if you’re not careful. Too much chlorine can damage your hot tub and irritate your skin, eyes and lungs. Thankfully, reducing the chlorine levels in your hot tub is very easy to do. In fact, you […]

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Busting 5 Common Hot Tub Myths

on February 20, 2015 in Care & Maintenance, Fitness, Health, Lifestyle

We’ve heard a lot of incorrect statements about hot tubs; unfortunately, these myths can deter people from transforming their lives for the better in bubbling, warm waters. That’s why we’re here to bust six common hot tub myths so you’ll never be fooled by these faux facts again! MYTH: Hot tub maintenance is more trouble […]

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What Are the White Flakes in My Hot Tub Water?

on February 13, 2015 in Care & Maintenance

Regularly cleaning and sanitizing your hot tub helps to keep strange things from happening, like seeing white flakes in your hot tub water. White flakes are usually caused by calcium scale deposits. But they may also be a sign that your hot tub contains white water mold, which is an overgrowth of biofilm. Either way, […]

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