USEFUL ADVICE FOR TAKING CARE OF A POOL, SAUNA AND STEAM BATH

SOME ADVICE FOR TAKING CARE OF A POOL

• At least once a month, clean the pool floor with a vacuum brush, and twice a week when the pool is in regular use.
• Always maintain an optimal water pH level (7.2-7.8 pH) in the pool. This will ensure less consumption of the disinfectant chemicals.
• Rinse the pool’s sand filter at least once a week.
• After intensive use of the pool (e.g. after a pool party), don’t be afraid to give the pool a disinfection shock (i.e. to briefly increase the concentration of disinfectant fluid in the water).
• Don’t forget to keep track of the water level in the pool. The water must at least reach half the level of the skimmer (separator) frame.
• Don’t forget to clean the skimmer baskets regularly.

SOME ADVICE FOR TAKING CARE OF A MASSAGE POOL

• If the massage pool smells a bit rancid or moldy, remember to disinfect the bottom of the cover.
• To heat up the water in the massage pool faster, don’t switch on the bubble massage, because it lowers the water temperature.
• At least once a week, check the water pH and the amount of disinfectant in the water in the massage pool.
• Don’t forget to replace the massage pool filter regularly.
• When you add disinfectant and pH regulation substances to the massage pool, switch off the bubble massage; switch on the hydro massage and remove the cover. Sprinkle the required amount of chemicals all over the pool so that it mixes more evenly. Leave the hydro massage switched on and the cover open for 15 minutes.

ADVICE FOR TAKING CARE OF A SAUNA

• Remember to wash the sauna floor, removing all the floor racks.

SOME ADVICE FOR TAKING CARE OF A STEAM BATH

• A steam bath must be cleaned regularly from floor to ceiling with anti-bacterial and anti-fungi agents.
• Don’t forget to clean the steam generator’s heating elements.

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